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Rift Valley Fever (RVF) Virus, a fever-causing disease that affects livestock (including cattle, buffalo, sheep, and goats) and humans in Africa. It is named after a trough stretching 4000 miles from Jordan through eastern Africa to Mozambique. RFV is spread mainly by infected mosquitoes and appears most often during years of heavy rainfall. TEM X30,000