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The use of animal traction is limited in the forest zones of West Africa because of the
The use of animal traction is limited in the forest zones of West Africa mainly because of the presence of tsetseflies. Tsetseflies are insects that carry a parasite which causes a disease called sleeping sickness in both humans and animals. This disease is a major health concern for people and livestock in these areas, and it can spread quickly through the use of animal traction. As a result, people in these areas tend to avoid using animal traction to prevent the spread of the disease and protect their health and the health of their animals.