Once Again; NOT A Babylon Bee Headline

Considering one or two women I’ve known over the years, I can almost see where they’re coming from. But I think they’re over-generalizing just a bit.

Not enough parasitic worms named after women, say experts
After scouring studies published between 2000 and 2020, a team of scientists studying parasitic organisms found that of the 596 species named after eminent scientists, only 111 were named after women.

Parasitologists have raised a ruckus over the fact that not enough newly discovered species of parasitic worms are being named after women.

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