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Snow Leopard fatal flaw discovered

Breaking news from the BBC claims that a potentially fatal Snow Leopard flaw has been discovered. Welsh scientists are probing links to Tallinn, Estonia and Hungary believed to be behind the problem.

An infection dubbed ‘feline cowpox’ has resulted in at least two Snow Leopard failures at Colwyn Bay in North Wales. An as-yet unknown secondary infection is also believed to have been involved.

The BBC also claims that, contrary to earlier reports, Snow Leopard installations worldwide may number as few as 4,000. Experts also believe that the problem may be connected with mice.

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