Where Do Stink Bugs Come From?

Where Do Stink Bugs Come From?

Flea is a kind of insect without wings (wingless). The Flea is a parasitic insect which has a symbiotic relationship with its forced host – animals and human as well, and it helps the flea infestation.
The flea sucks blood – it has a kind of jaws that helps to pierce the skin and sucks the blood.
Fleas are very small, about 1/16 inch. They have pair of long legs that helps them jump to approximate 20 cm high, and 35 cm distance with a speed of 140 G (Yes, You are reading well).
The Fleas body shape helps them move through animals hair or through humans clothes. They are dark colored and has a hard body that protect them from scratches and hard enough for squeezing them between fingers (You’ll have to use the nails in order to crash them).
During their life period (3-4 months and more), They have four life stages:
Egg: 2-14 days
Larvae: usually 9-15 days
Pupa: 7-14 days at worm season/ Up to 6 months at cold season.
Adult: Usually 2-3 months.
In order to grow and to help flea infestation, the fleas has to suck blood every day. In fact, without blood, the female can’t reproduce.
The male are smaller than the female and they communicate with each other through sounds which made from their hair.
Each Flea female lays 300-400 eggs and more! Do you get it? The flea infestation is growing real fast! Each female is a small and effective factory.
We have to put an end to this flea infestation in order to get rid of fleas!!!
The flea infestation helps no one but the fleas themselves.
To stop this flea infestation, try not to use chemicals which might harm your pet.
One crucial thing to get rid of fleas and to stop thier reproduce, you have to clean your dog, your dog’s bedding, your house and to clean your garden! It is better to vacuum the carpets and the floor much more often (But don’t forget to get rid of the bag as soon as you finish vacuuming).

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