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 Can a headless tick still walk?

Answer Many insects, like cockroaches, can live temporarily without heads. This is because insects breath through their body and do not have blood pressure. If the head is cut off, it quickly seals off an... Read More »
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Is the ghost of the headless horseman still seen today?

Reports of sightings of the Dullahan are still reported in Ireland during times of festivities after sunset. A Dullahan is a headless horseman and it is thought that stories of the dullahan(s) insp... Read More »
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My PC makes asound like a tick its tick....tick what is the problem help me ?

Take it to the vets. They can get rid of tics.
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Even if it looks like it's completely gone, could a tick still be there!!!?

The tick is dead, obviously, if you pulled it in half, but it is possible it's head remained in the bite site. Most species of tick bury their jaws in the hosts flesh so deeply, they can be left be... Read More »
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Found a possible tick. when squeezed, no blood came out of the tick, does that mean i wasn't bitten?

If the tick came off that easily you likely were not bitten by it. Ticks do need to be attached for at least 24 hours before they can transmit Lyme disease (if they're infected with it) so if you ... Read More »
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