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What’s In The Water

I’m sure everyone has been seeing posts on Facebook regarding a flesh eating bacteria, called Vibrio, in certain bodies of water. The post stated there was a person who contacted the bacteria while swimming in Virginia Beach. Another case of the flesh eating bacteria is that a young boy was infected during a family trip to a Maryland beach, based on an article in the New York Post on July 3rd, 2019. He developed the rash after swimming off the coast of Ocean City. So what is this flesh eating bacteria? Necrotizing fasciitis (NF), also known as, flesh eating disease is an infection that results in the death of parts of the body’s soft tissue. It is type 1 of the three types. The species of th

Groundhogs vs. Moles

Groundhog and moles are two different wildlife nuisance pests. They have many differences; however, many similarities. Groundhogs can grow to be the same size as a medium sized dog, but moles are small mammals that is the size of a small sized dog. Both of these animals are known for digging underground; therefore, they both can cause a lot of damage in a residential landscape and around farms. Groundhogs also known as woodchucks are large rodents in the northern part of the U.S. They are known for digging large tunnels to hibernate, live, bring up their offspring, and hide from predators. The tunnels these animals dig can be up to 5ft underneath the top of the ground and 45ft wide, up to 5

Rabies: Know The Signs

There was a movie released in 1981 based on a book written by Stephen King. The main character in the movie was a dog named Cujo that was bitten on the nose by a rabid bat. A mother and her child attempts to survive being trapped inside a car during a heatwave by the now rabid dog, Cujo. The movie portrays the rabid dog being hostile toward everyone that it comes in contact with but the end results show the rabid dog is put down. Recently, there was a news release in May of 2019 concerning a man being bitten by a rabid skunk while visiting Shenandoah National Park in Madison County, Virginia. The skunk was removed from the park and the victim medically treated. Rabies is a deadly disease ca

 

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