For most of us, ticks and lice mean those nasty little parasitic creatures that feed on the blood or other bits of their hosts. For Charles Sturt University wildlife researcher Dr Maggie Watson, they are anything but nasty.
Charles Sturt University's Mark O'Brien asks CSU climate change expert Professor Kevin Parton about the possible effects of climate change on food security in Australia and worldwide.
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