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    Salmonella is not a parasite. Instead, it is a type of bacteria known as a pathogen, which means it has the ability to cause disease in its host. Parasites, on the other hand, are organisms that live on or inside another organism (the host) and derive nutrients from the host, often causing harm in the process. While both parasites and Salmonella can cause infections and illness in humans and animals, they belong to different categories of organisms.

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