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Chiggers: Interesting Facts, Chigger Bites, 4 Control Tips

June 16, 2017

What are chiggers? Chiggers are the infantile, or larvae of those mites that belong to the family Trombiculidae. These mites are also known as red bugs, berry bugs, scrub-itch mites, or harvest mites. The mites are the member of class arachnid, whose member can be found all around the world and members of this class […]

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Tick Bite: Symptoms and Treatments Everyone Should Know about!

June 15, 2017

Ticks are tiny arachnids that feed on the blood of other animals along with mites. Single tick bites once and usually falls off when it gets filled. These pesky ticks can be very annoying as they have a tendency to spread diseases. Tick species can be found in many habitats around the world commonly found […]

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Ticks: General Facts, Bites and Removal

June 15, 2017

Ticks are tiny arachnids that feed on the blood of other animals along with mites. Single tick bites once and usually falls off when it gets filled. These pesky ticks can be very annoying as they have a tendency to spread diseases. These animals may include birds, mammals as well as amphibians and reptiles. Ticks […]

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Best 10 Natural and Effective Tick Repellents That Help You Safeguard Your Kids

June 14, 2017

How are ticks dangerous to the children? Ticks are tiny insects that they can easily be overlooked. Ticks get themselves attached to the skin to suck the blood. They are mainly hidden in the birds’ feathers, and they can also reside on the animal’s skin. They are transferred to the human body if a person […]

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Tick Bite: Sign & Symptom, 5 First Aid Methods, 3 Treatments

June 14, 2017

How are the ticks dangerous? Ticks’ size is equal to a seed that’s why they can easily be overlooked until they bite. Ticks get themselves attached to the skin to suck the blood. They are mainly hidden in the birds’ feathers, and they can also reside on the animal’s skin. They are transferred to the […]

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