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Where in the horse’s digestive system would you find bot larva attached?
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The Genus of the living members of the horse family are called Equus.
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Bots are found in the horses stomach.
Bot larvae attach themselves to the stomach lining and small intestine. Icky.
bot larvae are often found in the horse's stomach
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