Business finds market for Ebola stuffed animal

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A Connecticut company has found a market for Ebola. Giant Microbes‘ $9.95 Ebola-virus stuffed animal has become a plush cash cow in the last month. The company sold so many of the brown snake-like creature that it’s out of stock and has reordered.

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