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Two raccoons test positive for rabies in Chatham County

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WJCL) – Two raccoons in Chatham County – one in the Dutch Island area and one in the Landings – have tested positive for rabies. 257 more words


How To Create Real Zombie

The term zombie always associate with the undead flesh eating human, even though the term actually come from Haitian folklore. Modern day pop culture zombie is defer from haitian folklore definition of zombie,  for haitian a zombie refer to an animated corpse raised by magical means, such as witchcraft. 843 more words


Condensed Milk and Caves.

DAY 22.

After my liaisons with Lee and Jay in Vang Vieng, I was in need of some therapy. Something lighthearted and family friendly, preferably not involving any belligerent marker pens or ending up with me being ‘whaled’. 1,754 more words


Edgar Allen Poe's Love...

Edgar Allen Poe’s cause of death remains a mystery to this day. Some so called ‘experts’ say he die of a drug overdose while others say he died of alcohol poisoning. 201 more words

This Too Will Pass

Study finds TICKS like to hang out at GOLF COURSES ~ COLORADAN succumb s to HANTAVIRUS ~ TICK-BORNE ANAPLASMOSIS cases nearly double in MAINE ~ FOLLOW-UP REPORT: Test confirms first GRAY WOLF near GRAND CANYON in 75 years ~ WEST NILE VIRUS (WNV) report from CALIFORNIA ~ RABIES reports from NJ, PA & VA.

Global 11/22/14 business-standard.com: Golf courses are prime habitats for ticks, the tiny bloodsucking creatures, says a new study. Ticks like to feed at the boundaries between the woods and open spaces – the kind of settings found in golf courses. 1,115 more words

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Rabid cat attacks 5 people in Chesapeake

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — The Chesapeake Health Department is warning residents after a rabid cat attacked five people in Chesapeake.

According to the health department, a female domestic medium haired black and white cat, with yellow eyes tested positive for rabies after it had attacked three people on Nov. 361 more words

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