Look for UNO's! What is going on here?

Look for UNO's! What is going on here?

One of our Facebook-members spotted this UNO. He immediately wondered: what is going on here? Can you help him out? What do you think is going on here?
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Comments (7)

R. Postma

Probably facial excema

Joep Driessen

Thick cracked skin. Never seen it myself. Good be numerous things. Looks like to much aggressive lime in the bed? Drying out the skin and then in cracks. Or allergie..

scott

possible photosensitisation due to eating plants containing photodynamic agents, is the rest of the body affected?

Joep Driessen

scott wrote:
possible photosensitisation due to eating plants containing photodynamic agents, is the rest of the body affected?

Don't know, I'll try to aks the farmer!

Richard Touret

Can be numerous things...in the photo appears to affect only non-pigmented (white) skin. Looks like photosensitisation reaction to me. I saw some cases in Azores due to liver intoxication with plants Sps. Lantana and subsequent photosensivity (cows on pasture with direct sunlight 365d). The skin seems roasted-like, develops cracks and infection. Lots of shadow and antinflamatory/painkiller should help.

Stuart Kirwan

Looks like photosensitisation. Animals that contain white pigmented skin will suffer from it. Liver unable to deal with certain plants species. Keep animal indoors until healed.

Joep Driessen

Stuart Kirwan wrote:
Looks like photosensitisation. Animals that contain white pigmented skin will suffer from it. Liver unable to deal with certain plants species. Keep animal indoors until healed.

Thanks for the advise!

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