Wednesday, December 9, 2009


Like cows, pigs roam the streets of the Bustee with little to stand in their way. But they also nose around its garbage pits and wallow in its nullahs. The potential for human-porcine contact is particularly dangerous for children. Many of the pigs carry on their backs a parasite that can weasel its way into the human brain and cause severe damage.

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