Flea pest control, Madagascar

Flea pest control, Madagascar

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Caption: Flea pest control, Madagascar. Pest control operatives spraying the pesticide DDT in a village in Madagascar to eradicate fleas responsible for bubonic plague. There were several outbreaks of bubonic plague in Madagascar in the 1990s. This disease, caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis, is transmitted by the bite of rat fleas.

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