28 Feb Baby flying-fox expels a worm: this is Blackadder
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Worming wasn’t an experience he appreciated in any way or wishes to repeat. He spent a lot of time trying to get the taste out of his mouth.
I’m pretty sure I shouldn’t find this funny, but a secret part of me finds their dismay over the taste incredibly endearing. He was a little annoyed with me and wouldn’t take a bottle from me afterwards.
He expelled a few more worms and things have been fine since.
His hernia has also seemed to disappear. The vet says sometimes benign neglect is the best course of action over these things.
When the babies start to eat fruit it acts as a natural wormer and often they expel worms. It seems that only the younger babies get worms from their mums’ breast milk. The worm lifecycle goes through the adult’s liver. The adults don’t seem to get worms, just host third stage larvae in their liver.