Eggs are laid on the animal, but are quite smooth and easily fall off into the environment. The eggs are not sticky (like some parasites), and they usually fall off of the animal into the carpet, bedding, floorboards, and soil. When the flea egg hatches varies -- anywhere from two days to a few weeks, depending on environmental conditions. The larva emerges from the egg using a chitin tooth, a hard spine on the top of the head that disappears as the flea matures.
They reproduce by laying eggs
drink blood and reproduce. they also can carry a veritable cornucopia of diseases.
No they jump off and reproduce
There is a high probability that your cat will have more fleas on it. Fleas are tiny little things that reproduce fast, and your cat could probably have eggs or more fleas on it. If you want to prevent fleas, there are really good medicines out there you could use.
colder because when they get hot they burn
Fleas can live up to a year but without food it can live only a few days. Without a host, adult fleas live only a few days to 2 weeks. It seems that there are various life spans for different species of fleas.
Yes. Although fleas will often bite humans, they are unable to survive indefientely from our blood alone. It is in essence like us trying to live solely on water. Without a valid food source, no animal is able to breed. This is the same for fleas.
The COMMON FLEA doesn't eat- it gets all the nutrients it needs from sucking the blood of humans or animals. SAND FLEAS eat dead skin.(yuck!)Adult fleas must feed on blood in order to reproduce; however, adults can live for long periods without feeding.
i have been serching the same thing heres what i have so far ,tapeworms,earth -worms,frogs,water fleas
Ticks and fleas rely on animals as a home, food, shelter and a place to reproduce.
No. Fleas themselves cannot have fleas, but they can have these things called "mites".
I do not have fleas, but it is possible for humans to fleas. Usually though fleas stick to dogs and cats etc.
Fleas on a rabbit are just called fleas, and a rabbit with fleas is just called a rabbit with fleas. If your rabbit has fleas, the safest way to treat it is to take the rabbit to a vet.
Yes, rabbits can have fleas. Anything with fur can have fleas
While cat fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) and dog fleas (Ctenocephalides cannis) are two different species, most of the fleas found on dogs are actually cat fleas.
If your cat has fleas and eats the fleas, they can get worms. Cats get tapeworms from ingesting fleas, which can happen when they are grooming.
Yes if you want fleas, no if you don't want fleas
A cat to get the fleas
fleas jump on them
Yes, there are fleas in Alaska. The fleas can be on house pets such as dogs and cats. Fleas can also be on wild animals such as bears.
Dogs can carry fleas, although fleas are more attracted to cats. Not all dogs have fleas though, if they are treated and cared for properly, they will be more likely to avoid fleas.
Anything that has fleas, can give fleas to guinea pigs.
Some fleas are there but most fleas stay on.
"Fleas" in English is pulci in Italian.
Do koalas have fleas