Have you ever imagined someone feeding on your blood while you are asleep in the most peaceful way? Well no, I am not talking about a hungry vampire that is looking out for you to have a fest on your blood.
They don’t really exist and I hope you know that. Although the feeding habits are similar these creatures are not. We are talking about the bedbugs here. Bed bugs are tiny creatures whose size may vary from one to seven millimeters. These tiny creatures are not easy to go with. These little creatures suck on your blood when you are mostly unaware of their presence.
Bed bugs are oval shaped tiny creatures live in a comforting place like a bed, a foamy chair, a sofa etc. and they are majorly found on wool and cloth surfaces. These insects can bite you while you busy sleeping and leave you in painful after-effects of the bite. Although the bite does not react on every person it does react on some, leaves dark marks, and even blisters sometimes.
A video footage went viral from Philadelphia. The mobile phone video shows thousands of bed bugs living inside a bus seat.
A 56 years old woman named Crystal Lopez was traveling in a bus when she suddenly started feeling itchy in her left arm. She looked at her arm to see what it was and her arm was all red. It looked like the bed bugs bite mark. That is when she saw there were thousands of these blood-sucking insects were living in the gap between the seat and the wall.
Lopez quickly informed the driver of the bus and he wasted no time. He pulled up the bus and all the passengers stepped out of it.
The video of these parasitic insects went viral quickly on the internet. The video shows thousands of bugs crawling around the bus seat where Lopez was sitting.
These bugs feed on blood and would suck up on their prey without even making their presence felt.
Although the bugs do not cause any severe disease they surely can cause skin problems.A bug bite can sometimes swell up the area and sometimes it can give you rashes. It can also cause inflammations and boils on the skin of the victim. Skin infections can be cured but they sure do cause pain.
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