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An epizootic is the nonhuman equivalent of an epidemic, meaning that large numbers of animals are infected with a disease. As in epidemics, high population density is a major contributing factor to epizootics, with aquaculture being one notable example of an industry plagued by disease because of the large number of fish in a small area.
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