Yes - humans can get diseases from deer but most diseases carried by deer do not transfer very effectively to humans. Most of the cases when deer were a vector for a disease passed on to humans, it was by way of parasites that carried the disease from the deer to a human such as lyme disease transferred by deer ticks from deer to people.
Sarcocystus - a cyst causing parasite - can be passed from deer to people if they consume undercooked venison.
Deer can also host Gongylonema pulchrum - a nematode parasite that is also capable of infecting humans. The vector for getting this one from an infected deer to a human would require ingesting eggs from the feces of infected deer, it is quite uncommon for people to get it from deer unless they get their hands dirty from handling the feces or otherwise get the eggs from the feces on their hands or into uncooked food and then ingest it.
Leptrospirosis which is caused by the spirochete Leptospira interogans. can infect both deer and humans. Infection of humans from contact with deer would probably involve poor hygiene in handling deer carcasses and eating undercooked meat.
a tick is a vector for diseases such as lyme disease, so it can trasmit diseases from animals (deer) to humans in this case.
Coyotes, wolves, cougars, bears, humans, eagles, diseases, starvation, Old Man Winter, etc.
There are no known diseases transmissable from possums to humans.
Some zoonotic diseases are well known, such as rats (plague ), deer tick (Lyme disease ). Others are not as well known. For example, elephants may develop tuberculosis, and spread it to humans.
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Humans have affected deer by chopping down trees and deqstroying their homes. So yes humans have affected deer in some ways.
Humans and Wolves.
yes they can.
No, a cat can not kill a human. A cat can transmit diseases to humans but the diseases are not fatal.
yes. Pathogens are diseases