Frog, Leaf, Net & a coconut tree

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© Etan Doronne
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They live in the well. Maybe they fell inside or were born there last rainy season but can only leave in monsoon when the water level raises and floods.
I drank these water for 4 days along with the local and extended family from cities and villages. We were all fine.
In monsoon rainy season locals boil well water prior to drinking.
I recently found one possible reason: "It is even possible to get salmonellosis from contact with the feces of infected animals, most commonly livestock and amphibians such as frogs and turtles" A quote taken from this article
Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, India

2 responses

  • Angie Babbit

    Angie Babbit said (25 May 2011):

    It's not the frogs you need to be careful of, it's the snails! Snails carry many parasites.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (25 Jul 2013):

    Getting a foot up on the JPG Theme Park competition.

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