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In January, scientists announced that, for the first time, they had found a deadly strain of Ebola in a bat in Liberia. It's a significant discovery that could shed light on how the virus infects humans. But in Liberia, where bushmeat is a major source of protein, it doesn't appear to have weakened people's appetites for bats. Laura Salm-Reifferscheidt reports from Gbarnga, Liberia.