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    Indeed, Salmonella is indeed zoonotic. This means it can be transmitted between animals and humans. Salmonella can infect a wide range of animals, including livestock, poultry, reptiles, and pets like dogs and cats. Humans can acquire Salmonella infections through direct contact with infected animals or their feces, as well as through consumption of contaminated food or water. Therefore, practicing good hygiene, proper food handling, and pet care are important measures to reduce the risk of Salmonella transmission from animals to humans.

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