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Salmonella infection is an infection of the intestines caused by bacteria called Salmonella. The bacteria can be found in foods like raw chicken, turkey, beef, pork, uncooked eggs and unpasteurized milk and cheese. The bacteria can also be found in pet animals like turtles, tortoises, iguanas, terrapins, chicks, cats and dogs.

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