Mild winter makes ticks crawl

Mild winter makes ticks crawl

21 January 2020, Brandenburg, Sieversdorf: A tick, also known as a common wood tick, which was previously removed from the skin of a dog, is held with tweezers. The mild winter continues to ensure that the leeches remain active. The wood-buck prefers as host beside wild and domestic animals also the human being and can transmit dangerous illnesses on that occasion. Photo by: Patrick Pleul/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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January 21, 2020 02:50:53 AM
January 23, 2020 07:50:55 AM
Patrick Pleul
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Patrick Pleul/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images
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Dogs, Animals, Animal health, Health, Lyme disease, Infectious diseases, Diseases and conditions, Ticks, Insects
Medicine, Animals, Ticks, Bloodsucker, Fur, Close-up, MED, Wood tick, Lyme disease, Disease vector, Tick, Health, health, diseases
Sieversdorf, BRANDENBURG, GERMANY
200123-99-592427
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