A bullet that has been found in Huntington County has positive mistrust problems, the county of health has died on Wednesday.
The province had no reports of one being attacked by the animal, but residents of Race Street and County Route 513 in Union Township were still warned about the positive test as the koyote was mocked there.
People who do not live in, who can get in touch with the koyote between June 22 and July 6, have asked to call their doctor if they have questions or visits if they are afraid they were thrown up.
The province did not control how they just occupied the body of the koyote, so television testing on dead animals was completed.
The department also changed residents that the diet of a dreadful animal is considered an infection and that all cats, dog and cattle breeds have been forced to distrust them.
Rabies is an infectious disease that attacks the central nervous system. It travels from & # 39; a brain to burlap glass & # 39; an end of one's own, making an animal an infectious day before it dies.
It cannot travel from one animal to the other, or the skin is broken, and is not air, but all open wounds you come into contact with in disarray.
Coyote sightings have become known in all 21 counties, as well as 400 municipalities across the state, according to the Fish and Wildlife department. Views have been greatly increased since 1980.
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