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The one question I had, but could not find an answer for, was if the monkey had the virus, why hadn't it become know to man? I have a theory for this. I believe (though I have no evidence to back up my theory, thus making it a theory) that Monkeys may have had the virus for a very long time, but man was immune to it, not the monkey...
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Monkeys (a certain species of the monkey) over time grew immune to the disease as most animals do over time. The monkey's body may have changed the formation of the t-cells. So the virus mutated, and survived in the monkey without affecting the monkey. Than when man ran across it, it had at this point turned into a whole new "virus"...
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