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What is scabes?

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Scabies is a infection in which human and animals can get. it is caused by a tiny parasite the mite sarcoptes scabiei which burrows beneath the host skin causing an allergic ''7 year itch''

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Scabs are shells that protect the skin that you scraped, cut, itched, or many other reasons.

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