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SINCE the 19th century, fatal poisonings of domestic livestock, pets and wild animals have been attributed to cyanobacterial toxins through exposure to aquatic media (eg, lakes and reservoirs). However, cyanotoxin poisonings in terrestrial environments are an unknown. From November 2013 to March 2014, four dogs were taken to veterinarians in Doha, Qatar, showing signs of severe neurotoxicity after recreation in desert environments and consumption of rainwater accumulated in natural depressions (Fig 1).
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