a flea can jump 20 times its length!
a flea can jump 16 yards, 200 times its hight
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Well, if humans could jump as high as a flea, they could jump over the empire state building. So given that frogs are about 1/10th the size of a human, if a frog could jump as high as a flea, they could probably jump 1/10th of the empire state building, or about 125 feet high.
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Fleas can jump up to ten inches high (which is many times their own height). A flea can jump two hundred times the length of their own bodies, which is roughly about thirteen inches. This prodigious jumping ability is how they get from host to host.
It couldn't jump it couldn't even move. Its new-found weight would incapacitate it.
No they jump
A flea can jump to a height of around seven inches. In terms of distance, it can jump just over a foot (13 inches).
A flea can jump over a 100 times its own height.
Well a flea is quite small (about 5mm) and can jump 100 times its height which makes 500mm which is 50 cm high. A fleas average jump takes about 1.75 seconds but that is for the up and down so you need to divide the number by 2 which makes 0.875 so that makes it's highest jump peak at 50cm so therefor it will only get lower as the time passes on to a second.So therefor the answer =50cm More than 50 cm :) Flea (Siphonaptera) up to 1,5 m
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A flea can jump over 200 times its own body length. Fleas may be able to jump as high as 100 times their body length.
Fleas really can jump very high distances considering how small they are. Fleas can be very bothersome to dogs and cats.
The tiny flea can jump the farthest by size . if it was the size of a human it could jump a soccer Field in one jump.
The kangaroo is the animals with the longest jump, but in realtion to its size, the flea wins.
Lice are unable to fly or jump. If you see it jumping, it's a flea.
He can jump from animal to animal
A flea can jump up to 200 times higher than the height of its body.Around 200 times their own body length