Who wants to die from an insect bite? I guess no one, guys. How a creature which is smaller than our imagination can take our lives in just a matter of time. I can never imagine the situation in my life and probably same is the case with you.
You'll never wish some gross creatures in your life to trouble you for no reason at all. But, nothing is impossible on this planet earth, friends. A small nail can take your life, and you'll not be able to do anything rather than sitting and watching your own death. But, in advance, if you get to know the name of bugs (in coders' language) that can trouble your life, you'll be able to save your and your loved one's life.
Have a look at them.
Sometimes mosquitoes transmit their larvae in your skin, and they live on your skin until they reach an adult stage. These larvae mostly feed on your flesh and make you more prone to deadly infections.
The Hornet releases a chemical called acetylcholine from its sting that causes acute pain and also produces an enzyme that dissolves your body tissue. The pain is so horrible that you'll wish to die.
Tsetse flies transmit sleeping sickness or a disease called trypanosomiases that are specific to humans itself and has taken more than 250,000 life in a year.
These are the only bugs who sucks your blood from the body and transmits a disease called Chagas. This bug bite results in chronic heart failure and malformation of the intestines.
The bite of this insect looks like a bulls-eye and within a month, you'll experience the signs of Lyme disease. It attaches to the skin and sucks the blood from your body and leave you in an extreme pain.
A few bites of fire ants may not be that harmful, but the swarm of them means big trouble. When the clump of ants attacks you, then you can either go in shock or lead to a brutal death.
The venom produced by the scorpion after biting is capable enough to paralyze or kill you. These creatures are responsible for myriads of death every year.
If any of these insects bites you, then do not forget to go the doctor as soon as possible.
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