skin of animals

skin of an·i·mals

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One other challenge was that most of the time people, who removed the skin of animals after slaughter, damaged it badly.
He said Congo spreads via a tick found on the skin of animals. Mostly animals which have thick hair may have more chances of a tick so be cautious while purchasing an animal from the cattle market.
Congo virus is caused by ticks which inhabit the skin of animals. Humans fall victim to Congo virus suddenly after ticks bite them.
He said anthrax reported in Meru is a cutaneous type which develops wounds on the skin of animals and humans.
This decision is a sign of the times, as today's shoppers are seeing fur for what it is - the skin of animals who were caged and electrocuted or bludgeoned to death or caught in steel traps and often left to die slowly from blood-loss - which is the way that coyotes are still being killed for the frivolous trim on Canada Goose's jackets.
Abu Abdullah, who collected rawhide for a madrasah located at Mohammadpur in the capital, said that they were forced to sell hides and skin of animals at very low prices this year as wholesalers were not offering fair prices anymore.
She suspected that youngster contracted Congo Crimean Haemorrhagic Fever disease, spread through a tick found on the skin of animals. Jamali said it was the third Congo fever patient of the year who was reported in the health facility in a critical condition out of which two were recovered from fever after treatment and both belonged to Quetta city of Baluchistan province
She suspected that youngster contracted Congo Crimean Haemorrhagic Fever disease, spread through a tick found on the skin of animals. Jamali said it was the third Congo fever patient of the year who was reported in the health facility in a critical condition out of which two were recovered from fever after treatment and both belonged to Quetta city of Baluchistan province Health experts said Congo fever is deadly viral disease spread through tick-bites found on animals and people who deal with dairy farming and livestock are likely to get infected and carry the virus.
For example, the study of mites that live on the skin of animals could eventually shed light on how dermatologists treat mite-related conditions in humans.
As per the information available on the website of (http://www.asthmacenter.com/index.php/News/details/pet_allergy/) The Asthma Center , it is not the fur or the skin of animals that causes allergy and asthma, but the airborne saliva and urine-derived proteins, which is a major source of pet allergen.
Such as for instance the skin of animals after their fur has been scorched off.
They are customarily found in the skin of animals, but are also found in meninges, adrenal glands, endocardium, and intima of blood vessels (Pulley and Stannard, 1990); on the jaw, (Head et al., 2002); maxilla and ocular structures (Misdorp, 2002); trunk and limbs (Miller et al., 1995) and less frequently in the interdigital regions (Godoy et al., 2003).