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Liverpool Port Sanitary Authority rat-catchers dipping rats in buckets of petrol to kill fleas for plague control. Liverpool, England. Photograph, 1900/1920.

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Dippping caught rats in petrol to kill the fleas before being sent to the Bacteriologist for examination for plague infection. Liverpool Port Sanitary Authority

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Liverpool Port Sanitary Authority rat-catchers dipping rats in buckets of petrol to kill fleas for plague control. Liverpool, England. Photograph, 1900/1920. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY


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