Anti-Fungal Prevention , Reducing the Allergic Impact of Hay and Dust "Chinchilla dust serves the important purpose of allowing your chinchilla to stay clean in a way similar to how it would maintain its coat naturally. In its native cold, arid environment, the chinchilla would roll in fine volcanic ash to stay clean. Chinchilla dust, like volcanic ash, sticks to oils and dirt in the coat, and then falls off, cleaning the chinchilla's fur as it does so. It has sometimes been mistakenly assumed that chinchillas secrete lanolin, but this is not the case because chinchillas have fur, not wool, and lanolin also known as wool wax, wool grease or wool fat, is a greasy, waxy substance that wool-bearing animals secrete as a waterproofing agent.
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I get letters and e-mails all the time about how to treat mange in squirrels. I often have to have them make sure that the squirrel does indeed have Sarcoptic Mange verses a skin condition called 'Dermatophytosis. It causes severe itching, a rash, crust formation on the skin and hair loss. The picture on the left shows an Eastern Grey with mange on it's lower back.
Different identification[ edit ] Koteka Many tribes can be identified by the way they wear their koteka. Some wear them pointed straight out, straight up, at an angle, or in other directions. The diameter of the koteka can also be a clue. Contrary to popular belief, there is little correlation between the size or length of the koteka and the social status of the wearer.