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Crazy Facts about Fleas You Won't Believe - diatomaceous earth skin care products

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-11-04
Crazy Facts about Fleas You Won\'t Believe  -  diatomaceous earth skin care products
Fleas. . .
As you stare at the title of the article and itch, I know what you're thinking, or rather what you're doing. It\'s OK.
Fleas are pests and are one of many unwanted companions of human beings.
There are not many people who like fleas. . .
And those are really a little strange.
That is to say, is the flea really so bad? Or what can we learn from fleas?
Fleas have long received the attention of scientists and biologists because they do a very good job --jump.
They didn't just jump. They did a spectacular show and jumped 13 inch.
This is more than 130 times their own height, which is not even the most shocking aspect of this feat.
Each jump can cause them to be subjected to 100 times the gravity of normal gravity. 100 G\'s.
To better understand this, our best astronauts can only stay 5g before they pass out!
Fleas don't just jump once.
Before they get tired, they can jump for three days in a row.
What's interesting about all this is that we don't know how they do it.
Is this a special part of their knees?
Is it their feet?
Is this something we haven't thought about yet?
Only after the high speed camera appears can we see the flea launch into the air correctly.
It turns out that their feet are super traction and the knees don't always touch the ground, so their magic seems to lie in their special feet.
Their legs act as levers because they store all the energy they need to jump their toes.
When they finally lift it, they push it away with these magical toes.
You might wonder why we care about these things out of accidental curiosity and the need to win a bar bet.
Well, it's a good thing to learn, because one day engineers might replicate these feats by making robots.
Imagine a robot that can jump on any terrain.
This could be a major technological advance.
There were fleas on dinosaurs. . .
The oldest flea fossil ever recorded came from 125-
0. 165 billion years ago.
At that time, they did not have the magic feet of today's fleas. they could not jump, but strolled on the ground like today's mites.
These prehistoric fleas are as big as their prey.
They can grow up to an 8 th inch long, their mouths are much larger than today's fleas, and they can penetrate the thick skin of dinosaurs.
In the later stages of the 1500, the tabulation is an intensive process that uses a huge super-fine coordination to fit all the small gears in place.
In order to show off their fine motor skills, the watch maker began to cut out fleas. . .
How the hell is this showing off?
Fleas are small and easy.
First you have to grab one, then you have to take a thin thread and tie it to the neck of a Flea, even smaller.
If you tie it too loose, the Flea will sneak out and run away, and if you tie it tight, you end up with a spontaneous headless flea.
From here on, people quickly came up with the idea of letting fleas pull heavy objects to entertain.
However, we may never have anyone to do this first or why. . .
Here's a real clip.
Flea circusEnjoy.
Did you know that a newly hatched flea can live up to two weeks without food, and a fully mature flea can live up to eighteen months?
This is a feat!
Fleas usually live for only two or three months when the food is plentiful, but they make the most of it.
Female fleas only need 1-after finding the first host-
Start spawning for 2 days. She\'ll lay 20-
She rest every day 50 GBP.
These eggs will be in 1-
It takes 10 days depending on humidity and some other factors, which takes 5-
Complete the stage of larvae in 11 days and enter the stage of pupal.
They usually hatch out of the cocoons as adults within two weeks and immediately start looking for dinner and dates.
Infection can be taken over soon.
The bubble plague is often blamed on mice, but the fact is that it is not mice that cause black death, but fleas that they carry.
The disease killed Europe's third-largest population in five years during the 20 million period, about 1300 people.
If you want to know what happened to the plague, the answer is nothing.
In fact, the United States reports two cases per year on average, usually killing cats by people with pests.
How did the death toll increase from a third person in a year to two?
Geneticists believe that those who are strong enough can recover from the disease, or have not been infected with it in the first place, which gives their offspring genetic immunity.
Still, fleas spread a lot of diseases, such as cat fever.
Cat scratching heat is something that up to 40% of cats carry at some point in life.
It is given to them by fleas, which can be transmitted to humans when cats bite, lick or catch people.
People with low immune systems are particularly vulnerable.
Cats themselves are also at risk of contracting tape worms and catching cat viruses and cat leukemia through fleas.
Dogs can also get Edelweiss from fleas and at least one other type of worm.
They are particularly prone to flea allergic dermatitis, and are basically allergic to the saliva of fleas, which makes them more itchy.
Dogs affected by this will scratch their bald head and even tear their skin.
If this is not bad enough, they may suffer from severe tareemia or Red Bull.
Even rabbits are not immune to fleas.
Mucus tumor is a serious disease and a scourge of many rabbit farming industries.
Rabbits bitten by infected fleas usually die within 48 hours, and most rabbits do not die in the last two weeks.
Recovery is very rare and the disease spreads so fast that rabbit owners may not have time to respond correctly.
In addition to that, when fleas infect any animal too much (especially an old, weak or young animal), it covers them and sucks them dry.
If medical care is not given immediately, anemia causes and kills these animals.
Ask any shelter how many little kittens and puppies they lost during the rescue and they may have some stories to tell.
Flea removal method. .
In the Middle Ages, there are some options to get rid of fleas if you are rich.
One of the options is to put a white sheet on your bed and wait for the fleas to jump and let your male servant Hunt each flea alone.
Or maybe you prefer to drag a dog around.
Many of the medieval lap dog breeds were created for this purpose --
A flea on the hostess.
The poor prefer to use herbs, which may be somewhat effective, such as citronella.
In this era, glue traps were also invented to catch fleas, and nothing else.
Today, we have changed our methods of flea elimination.
Wash her in the dog shampoo before showering her.
It kills dead fleas in seconds, but it's not safe to use on cats. Sorry.
Fleas are also prone to moisture.
Flea eggs usually do not hatch if your humidity is below 52%.
Spreading salt on the floor may help with the process, as passing fleas may be sucked out some of their own water by the salt.
It is also a good natural product.
According to the FDA, this is the fossil remains of ancient marine life and can actually be eaten safely.
I won't eat it, but I have already used it.
On a microscopic scale, it is very sharp and enters the joints of fleas and other insects and tears them into pieces.
I found it very effective. Wrapping it up. . .
In the end, fleas exist much longer than we do, and invent some very talented ways to annoy us constantly.
We may never get rid of fleas completely, but maybe we can at least learn from them or try to see the beauty of their whole being.
Science is just catching up with these quick little guys who know what's around the corner. ---Brooks-
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