The disease carrying parts of a fly and bacteria grow from germs planted on a culture plate by a fly in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1924 Duration:3 min 20 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Animated diagrams show fly as a disease carrier in the United States. Animated drawings of a fly. Garbage in a dustbin shows that flies breed in filth, resort to the filth and carry filth wherever they go. Drawings show the disease carrying parts of a fly including the proboscis, the intestinal tract and the feet. Microscopic views of feet show that they are equipped with claws and pads covered with sticky hair. Flies sitting on flask, 6 feather dusters and 12 damp sponges collect dirt and germs. A fly is caught and is put on a culture plate. The fly moves on the culture plate. A fly sits on a plate of food. Bacteria grow from germs planted on the culture plate by the fly.
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