Rabies occurs in domestic animals and wildlife in most parts of the world. Affected mammals invariably die and the disease is greatly feared by man. Control measures can be effective in domestic animals but are difficult to apply in situations where wildlife is affected. Wildlife rabies is spreading southwards in Europe. New legislation has recently been introduced to strengthen the safeguards against importing the disease into Great Britain. Persons should be made aware of this legislation and the dangers of illegally introducing susceptible animals to this country.
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