Rabies is a contagious infection that affects the central nervous system and is caused by a virus called Rhabdovirus. This virus enters the body through the bite of an animal that has been infected with rabies. Although many mammals can carry this virus, it is most prevalent in dogs, skunks, foxes, bats, raccoons, and cats. The virus usually lives in the nerve cells and glands of the host or carrier of the disease. Rabies can also be carries in the salivary glands for long periods of time.
<Tab/>There are two ways that rabies symptoms appear, dumb and furious. Both can ca…
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