Tuesday 27 February, 2024

Animated LIFECYCLE of the Liver Fluke

The adult stage of the liver fluke lives in the liver of infected animals, specifically in the bile ducts. Adult fluke lay eggs which are passed along the bile ducts and into the intestine, where they are excreted in dung. Once outside the animal, eggs can survive for several months, but usually hatch within 2–20 weeks depending on soil type and ambient temperature.

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Animated LIFECYCLE of the Liver Fluke

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