Fluorosis is one of the most important livestock hazards during the
aftermath of a volcanic eruption. It is believed that it accounted
for a high proportion of the 11,500 cattle, 28,000 horses
and 190,000 sheep deaths in Iceland following
the 1783 Lakagigar volcanic eruption.  

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