Tapeworms prevalent in Idaho wolves

02/10/2010 | KIDK-TV (Idaho Falls-Pocatello, Idaho)

A study of wolf carcasses in Idaho revealed that two-thirds are infected with tapeworms, which can be transmitted to humans and other animals and may lead to some fatal diseases. To protect against tapeworms and other parasites, hunters are advised to use gloves when handling wild animals, while owners are encouraged to have their pets checked regularly.

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KIDK-TV (Idaho Falls-Pocatello, Idaho)

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