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Plague: Past, Present, and Future.

Stenseth, Nils Christian, Bakyt B. Atshabar, Mike Begon, Steven R. Belmain, Eric Bertherat, Elisabeth Carniel, Kenneth L. Gage, Herwig Leirs, and Lila Rahalison. "Plague: Past, Present, and Future." PLOS Medicine (January 15, 2008): n. pag. PLOS. Web. 20 Mar. 2016.

In the fifth paragraph, lines 45 to 53, what is the main idea?


Kazakhstan is a country that is consumed by plague.


The great gerbil species is experiencing an increase in plague due to the Second and Third pandemics.


The Second and Third Pandemics were caused by anthropogenic factors.


The plague will continue to be a problem, as long as humans continue to change the environment.

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