African snail outbreak Socorro, Colombia

Posted on October 18, 2011 • Filed under: Colombia, Latin America Health

Mass African snails were discovered by the local residents of Socorro Jose Antonio Galan, glued into two lots on 19th Street this week. Because citizenship is becoming more aware of how the specimen is often proliferate rapidly to become a real plague, gave timely notice to the Police Community and Environmental Relief, which arrived on the scene to pick up an important group of species. In total, 30 were able to capture giant African snails (Achatina fulica) are now analyzed by Cas to determine if they carry bacteria that can affect human health. Read Article

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