A scientist examines the internal organs of a dead animal at the Plum Island Animal Disease Center in Long Island, New York.
Long Island New York USA Date:1958 Duration:4 min 49 sec Sound:Yes
A film based on the Plum Island Animal Disease Center in Long Island, New York which is dedicated to study of foreign animal diseases. Incoming supplies and equipment needed to carry out research are admitted through autoclaves to achieve sterilization. Technicians at different machines handle glassware and other equipment to be used for the research. Scientists expose research animals to foot and mouth disease virus in an isolated room. The virus is injected below the tongue of the animals. A man takes out the internal organs of a humanely destroyed cattle. The scientist lays down his knives and wears rubber gloves. He examines the internal organs of the cattle during the post-mortem. The animal carcass is placed into an incinerator. A technician wearing red clothing operates the incinerator. The carcass burns in the incinerator.
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