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Botfly Larvae Removed From Monkey’s Neck | Jungle Animal Hospital | BBC Earth

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Botfly larvae are common parasites in the jungle, and this baby Howler monkey must have a larvae removed which has been growing inside its neck and which could cause serious nerve damage if not treated.
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