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This photo taken on October 25, 2010 shows a health worker preparing a rabies vaccination for a monkey in Denpasar as part of the province's battle against the disease on the resort island of Bali. A campaign to vaccinate almost 400,000 dogs against rabies began in September, as an outbreak caused at least 100 deaths over the past two years. Bali's provincial government has also been trying to stop the outbreak by killing more than 100,000 stray dogs since 2008, although experts say culling is not the most effective or humane way to deal with rabies outbreaks. By Sonny Tumbelaka/AFP/Getty Images.

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