- Fear of holes is real
I didn’t get to bed until silly o’clock last night (this morning really) watching that german vet in the gambia squeezing mango flies out of (mainly) dogs.
Did chuckle at the bit where the new assistant got one in the eye (and where he got one maggot to go “3 meters.”
Interesting fact – the maggots excrete an anti-microbial goo/ooze so when the flies do pupate and leave the host the holes are generally not too infected (they also rarely badly scar – which is nice).
I also love watching bot fly removal – although that’s not as fascinating, removing 1 or 2 many spiked clawed pupa vs squeezing 6 bazillon huge spots out as wriggly maggots.
Guinea Worm removal is another impressive (but slow) one to watch too.Posted 3 years agowelshfarmerSubscriber
Just came across this video on FBPosted 3 years agoD0NKSubscriber
Just came across this video on FB
that is awesome
but WTF has FBs encoding done to the video? SOounds like they were blaring the music out of a PA on the edge of the lake while the drone was flying around the it….and it ended up sounding like minecraft.
Anyway, I like the waterfall in a lake thing, very cool.Posted 3 years ago
@Mr_C No! just NO!. You don’t know what type of monster is going to nom your legs off
@Pigface Welshfarmer looks like he spends his nights jumping off water falls climbing mountains and dodging helicopters, just to deliver a box of Milk Tray to ladys in castles. Then gets home before his wife wakes up and puts on his rugged out door farmer gear (Oh be still my shaking knees)
(I’m getting a dozen of those shirts…….from his washing line 😉 )Posted 3 years ago
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