Lepto is an infectious bacterial disease, commonly caused by two types of spiral bacteria subspecies: Leptospira grippotyphosa and Leptospira Pomona. It is primarily transferred by exposure to contaminated fluids (urine, water, wet soil), by way of broken skin and ordinary bodily cavities. In many cases, it is carried by rats, other small rodents, foxes, and even cattle.
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