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 Do ladybugs bite?

Answer Yes, lady bugs do bite. Although biting is rare, ladybugs do sometimes use the sharp mandibles in their mouth to bite, giving the sensation of a pin pricking your skin.Source:Ohio State University ... Read More »
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Uhh... I got bite (spider bite) on my private spot and i would like to know if it's poisonis?

Probably not. Depends where you live. If you're in the UK, then there are no poisonous spiders that just roam around (except for some very few, rare times). It is much more likely that it is red ju... Read More »
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Dog bite but looks more like a scratch than a bite.?

How can I tell the difference between a spider bite and a mosquito bite?

I live on the gulf coast of Texas, so I know a thing or two about mosquitoes and spiders. First all spiders are poisonous. Some just don't affect humans the way they do their prey. A mosquito bite ... Read More »
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Do dust mites bite I sometimes feel like tiny bugs bite me, but I can't see anything What are they?

Usually mites that bite birds usually bite people, chiggers also do. Scabie mites are also notorious for infesting humans. The difficulty in determining what is biting is that all of these are so... Read More »
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