A New Chlamydia Species Found Living Outside of a Host Almost Two Miles Under the Atlantic Ocean

It was 1907 when Chlamydia has first been discovered. Then, it had infected an orangutan. Today, we know that Chlamydia can affect both animals and humans. Chlamydia has been declared as a dangerous sexually transmitted disease (STD), one that is easily transmitted through having unprotected sexual intercourse. In fact, chlamydia is considered to be the … Read more