Deadly Parasites Which Host Humans and Animals | Monsters


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Watch the monster lying under humans and animals skin which affect a large category of mammals.

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The Oestridae is commonly known as bot flies or Warble Flies.

They Affect Dogs, Cats, Monkeys, Tortoises and many other mammals including Humans.

Their newly born babies are internal parasites of mammals, some species of these flies grows inside the host's muscles and some in gut. The human botfly, Dermatobia hominis, is the only species of these flies known to parasitize humans regularly, though other species of flies just cause myiasis.

The word "bot" specifically represents a maggot. A warble is a kind of callus that might be caused by the presence of a warble fly maggot inside the skin. The human botfly, Dermatobia hominis are sometimes more harmful.

Its specific epithet anthropophaga derives from the Greek word anthropophagos, "human eater".

How they Get Into the Skin?

"The mode of infection by the Cayor Worm. Doctors Rodhain and his companion conclude, from their observations in the Congo Free State, that Grunberg lays its eggs on the ground. The larvae, known generally as Cayor Worms, crawl over the soil until they come in contact with a mammal, penetrate the skin and lie in a tissue, causing the formation of tumors. On reaching full growth, the larvae leave the host, fall to the ground, bury themselves and then pupate. This fly is said to be the most common cause of human or animal myiasis in tropical Africa, from Senegal to Natal. In the region of Lower Katanga where these investigations were made, dogs appeared to be the principal hosts, although Cordylobia larvae were found also in guinea-pigs, a monkey, and two humans. The larvae are always localized on those parts of the hosts which come in immediate contact with the soil.

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