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Nosorogcho (Rhinoceros) was spotted because of his broken hind leg. Unfortunately, he has another more serious problem with chorioptes (a type of mange) - his hairless face is a symptom of this.
Nosorogcho is small. He survived the winter somehow with his broken leg and mange, but now the parasites do not give him peace and rush him out.
All that is left of the facial fur is a sort of visor under the thorns and a tuft of fur like a horn on the nose. Otherwise, the thorns look wonderful at first glance and one would not guess there is a problem. Very often mange is visible in such places that you do not see any sign at first glance. For example, it can be visible on the abdomen, and if it is in the initial phase, it presents as excessively dry skin that flakes.
Nosorogcho’ treatment started immediately and there is a good chance of success. The leg is another matter - we need to think about whether it is possible to do something about it, because the trauma is from months ago.
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