A few minutes after the sun sets in the U.S., the sun’s rays hit the Ubele mountain in western Nigeria.
The mountainside is covered with a layer of sun-absorbing rock, and the mountain itself is covered in black warts.
The warts are very contagious, and are usually spread when people touch their face, neck, chest, or head, according to the World Health Organization.
There’s nothing to worry about.
However, when you are standing on the peak of a peak and you see someone touch their head or face, that person is potentially contagious, too.
Warts are spread when a person touches a sore spot on their body, like the back of their neck, face, mouth, or forehead, says Dr. Nana Yohannes, a dermatologist at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis.
“Warts are not only the most common skin infection, but they are also the most contagious,” she says.
When you’re standing on a peak with someone touching your face or neck, they could be exposed to the virus.
Wart-like infections can spread through touching, kissing, touching in public, or touching someone’s nose, mouth or throat.
Warty warts typically appear on the palms, cheeks, inner corners of the eyes, and under the fingernails.
They can also appear on a person’s neck and the soles of their feet.
Wounds from these warts can spread quickly.
Symptoms can include fever, a cough, sore throat, and sore skin.
They often go away on their own within a few days, but in some cases, a wart can persist and lead to a serious infection.
When someone comes in contact with a wart, they may feel sick for a few hours.
The wart is then removed, usually by washing with soap and water.
The infection can sometimes be cured with antibiotics, but doctors don’t recommend it.
“I don’t want people to go through that again,” says Yohannees.
“If you don’t treat the infection, you will probably go to the hospital with the warts and have the same symptoms.”
It’s common for people to see the wart after they’ve been washing their hands or applying lotion.
Worthy Warts in the United States Some of the warty wards that appear in the US are caused by a fungus called Spirochaeta viridans.
These fungus can grow on the skin of the face and can cause warts that are very warty.
“It is a fungal infection, and if you get it, you are more likely to get warts in your eyes, your ears, your mouth, and your nose,” says Dr