Tsetse Fly Limitation (Horse): Prehistory to 1400: Africa

The tsetse fly is a large fly native to Africa and found throughout most of the mid-continental region between the Sahara and Kalahari deserts. Similar to houseflies but larger, with a long proboscis, they feed on the blood of vertebrate animals. ...

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