Poor old dog with either a botfly or mangofly infestation in his snout
This poor kitten has a mango fly or a botfly larvae in it’s eye the poor little thing but he will be ok
CONTAINS IMAGES OF A GRAPHIC NATURE VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED Here is the same video with sound (background music) Yes these are Tumbu fly larvae not Botfly. If I described it as “Tumbu fly” then you may not of found it. Anyway as the video states these Tumbu fly larvae were removed from this Lady when she was 70 years… Read more →
This poor individual had a nasty botfly larvae in the head, the sticky tape is used to block off the oxygen supply of the botfly larvae and force it to the surface where it can be extracted. Credit to NatureBreak,
This brave Lady has a botfly removed from her head by her Husband after coming back from holidays. The area where the botfly larva was is shaved and a piece of tape put over the hole to deprive the botfly of oxygen thus forcing it to exit. Mango worm, mangoworm, mango flies, mangoe flys
Huge zit/cyst popped in my armpit. This is a great video for all of you zit popping lovers out there. Yes this is the weird part of youtube.
This cute kitten has a botfly removed from it’s eye but I am sure the little cutie would of made a full recovery after a course of rest and antibiotics it would be fine. Mango worm extraction.
A small infestation of botfly or mango worm in a dogs snout, this is a fairly common occurrence and the animals do not suffer to much fortunately.
This would have to be the worse place to get a botfly larvae.
The removal of botfly larvae this procedure is performed by doctors at the Hospital General San Juan de Dios, Guatemala. Credit to PortaTamara!