Common disease of camels, Biology

COMMON DISEASE OF CAMELS -

1.       SURRA -

Surra = Rotten.

Spread by biting & blood sucking flies, dropping neck, half closed eyes are common symptoms.

2.       RABIES -

It is transmitted to camels through the bites of rabid dogs, jackals & wolves.

3.       KUMREE -

Camel feels great difficulty in sitting.

4.       CAMEL POX -

It usually attacks camels.

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