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Are maggots unicellular?
Err no. Maggots are the beginning stage of flies. Flies lay the eggs, which then hatch into larve that later become Maggots.
They grow up. Maggots are baby flys.
Flies start out as eggs that hatch into maggots. Maggots hatch as larvae, larvae hatch as pupae, and pupae turn in to house flies.
Yes if it's dead and exposed to air
Only in the fact the larvae, known as maggots, dispose of dead creatures and garbage. Other than that, they are desease carriers.
No. Where did you get that idea?
Almost all plants benefit humans
they benefit humans by eating chicken breats
On hatching from the eggs laid by a fly, the maggots will feed on the flesh.
They can, if you mean living ON humans-- they still need air.They are even occasionally used purposely on humans, as a more fine-tuned (though creepy) way to debride necrotic tissue from an infected wound. The maggots will only eat dead tissue, ignoring any healthy tissue.
It can have sex with its self and have babies and can fertilize its own egg.
Not really. In symbiosis, each partner derives benefit from the partnership. While rats benefit from humans, humans do not benefit from rats.
The decomposers that decompose humans an mountain lions are fly maggots and bacteria.
humans are animals and they benefit from eating cows. humans also benefit from drinking the milk of cows.
no they are not