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Dear David, I think I should thank you for the valuable information on your website, but I'm not 100% sure, as you
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I read:As stated above, the droppings of raccoons can contain raccoon roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis & B. columnaris).
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OK, so now what am I supposed to do? (In addition to being Dunedin animal trapping an annoyed question in a Jay Leno script, I do
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I figured out what it must have been. As mentioned in your article, I did not eat lunch without washing my hands,
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most was vacuumed up with a shop-vac (with a filter bag inside).
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