The liver worm is a dangerous parasite spread in most countries of the world. It infects all farm animals. The liver worm infects the liver and spreads through its tissues. Its flattened shape (33 mm in length and approximately 12 mm in width) resembles a tree leaf and is yellow-brown in color.
The adult worm that is found in the liver is non-infectious if it enters the human body through Food It causes large losses in production, and a high mortality rate in infected animals, especially (sheep - goats). The infective stage for humans and animals is the grown larva, called Metacercaria, and it is attached by a waxy substance to green plants that animals and humans feed on (watercress - radish - lettuce). Parsley), and this disease is known among the public as (Fasciola).