The most poisonous insect in the world is an ant. Not every ant will, since many ants do not sting.of those who do, the prize for the most toxic poison is for the harvester ant.
Are there bugs that live in your body? Do they feed on your blood? The answer to these two questions is “yes”. Humans are the favorite cuisine of millions of microbes, mites, worms and insects. In other words, we humans are the most suitable habitat and a “walking ecosystem” for these hungry insects. Here is a list of some of the hungriest and Creepiest insects that could be feasting right now.
When we talk about errors, bed bugs can’t be ignored. We are the midnight snack for these small parasitic insects, which are now becoming a serious problem throughout the world. Capable of hiding in the cracks or seams of any piece of furniture, bed bugs can also be stored in luggage and bags.
Every night, in your bed, you may not sleep alone. Bed bugs may be crawling on you. They pierce the skin of their host with hollow tongue-shaped tongues.Their bites make people sick and spread diseases,and they also sting a lot. Bedbugs – bad insects!
As of today, scientists know of millions of such errors. However, new errors are discovered every year. These errors must surely surpass us. Beware! While reading this article,these creepiest creatures may be living in your room, waiting for the lights to go out. It’s time to celebrate your “blood feast”. Ick!
- Human fleas and ticks:
Cats and dogs are the most popular pets around in the world, but they can serve as hosts for thousands of fleas and ticks. Unfortunately, these blood suckers can also move from your pet to you.
Fleas get into the skin of their host and suck their blood. Ticks, on the other hand, are parasites that feed on blood and perch on plants.Hidden in the tall grass,they will wait for their host to come and then join them with the help of their mouthpieces, called chelicerae. Fleas and ticks transmit a variety of diseases, from bubonic plague to lime disease.
Each year, millions of people become infected with various diseases transmitted by mosquitoes. These bloodsucking creatures bite both humans and animals. They serve as vector agents, transport viruses, dangerous parasites from person to person without themselves infecting the disease.
For 30 million years, mosquito has been feeding on human’s blood. But not all mosquitoes bite us. Only female mosquitoes suck blood, to make eggs. So,what about men? It is fascinating to know that they only eat plants.
- Dust mites in the house:
The “cosmopolitan” guests inhabited by humans, dust mites are found in almost every home. You can find these creamy blue eight-legged creatures in your bedding, pillows,sofas and carpets. Invisible to the naked eye, these mites look like spots and can be seen through a microscope.
Maybe millions of mites share their bed all day and feed on organic debris such as shed scales, dead skin, also known as dandruff. Dust mites are a common cause of allergic asthma and sneezing. In truth, these little creatures can cause big problems.
Each fall brings an unpleasant surprise, when children and the elderly go crazy and with mistakes! Lice infestation is widely endemic. Head lice usually spread rapidly through head-to-head contact with an infected person. These insects live and lay eggs in human hair and can cause itching in the scalp.
Sometimes a day, the lice feed on our blood,with the help of a long tube similar to a straw,called a styled. They love living close to the scalp and can’t survive more than a day away from their hosts,mainly children between the ages of 3 and 11 years. These little guys have been living with us for quite some time. The scientists found a louse egg in a hair that was 10,000 years old!