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Gambian Grown Mangoworms

Gambian Grown Mangoworms
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****WARNING!!!****
Myiasis is a Parasitic Infestation of Fly Larva
This Video Contains Images and Possibly
The Extraction of These Larva
From Humans or Animals
Sensitive Viewers Take Heed
Strongest Discretion Is Advised!
****WARNING!!!****

Another set of those nasty little burrowing parasitic **ZIT**s being manually extracted from there non too happy host. Hats off to the doctor and his dedicated staff for caring for so many animals – pets, Village animals, and strays will all find comfort and care at the Vet Clinic Gambia. :)

Pop ‘em OUT!
~ H.S.

RUNTIME: 1min 50sec


TITLE: “Madiba-Mangoworms”
YT INFO: Published on Mar 1,2013 by VetClinicGambia

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16 comments

    • I’m with you – I wanted to be a baby rocker at the hospitals, but now I am torn – which would give me more satisfaction, cuddling babies, or seeing how far I can make those maggots fly?

    • There is a medication that can prevent mangoworms. But most folks in Gambia are too poor to buy it. At least the maggots don’t have hooks like botflies. When you pull out a botfly it hurts the host. After seeing several of these videos the only pain seems to be the act of pinching. There is also a video out there of human infestations. A group of high school age girls who went to Africa on a mission. They were really grossed out but it didn’t seem to hurt them as the maggots were squeezed out.

      • I watched that video a number of times and what I remember the most is the one girl with like 10 of em was in m**ZIT**ive tears with removal. Plus the areas where they were were very infected as well so maybe that’s why??? Maybe it’s worse in humans?? Heck, I dunno. I cried watchin her.
        I like the video where “Lucky” eats his worms after they come out but removing thim didn’t seem to hurt at all. Sort of at a loss…..just know I like watchin. Thanks for the video.

  • What a sad situation for poor pooch, but at least he is getting help. I wish they could eradicate that nasty species once and for all. I know I wouldn’t mind if that meant no more mangoworm posts. I could survive on nasal myiasis posts…thanks so much, Halphie, for all you do to keep us happy.

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