Asked in Health
What is the description of a lice?
Lice are tiny, wingless insects from the orders Anoplura and Mallophaga that are parasitic only to warm-blooded animals. There are three kinds of lice that live specifically on humans. These include the head louse, body or clothes louse, and the "crab" or pubic louse. ...
Asked in Animal Life
Where would a louse live?
A louse (lice, plural) lives on a specific animal depending on what species of louse it is. Lice inhabit living environments on animals from birds to humans. A common misconception is that human head lice only live in the hair of humans who do not brush or wash it; lice are very easily spread between human hosts, and they will live in clean hair just as easily as dirty. ...
Asked in Mosquitoes
The louse and the mosquito by vikram seth?
ONCE THEIR LIVED A FAMILY OF LOUSE AND A Mosquito CAME AND ASKED TO LIVE IN THEIR HOUSE (BED OF THE KING). THE LOUSE ALLOWED AND TOLD NOT TO DRUNK KING'S BLOOD. BUT THE MOSQUITO CONVINCED HER. SHE TOLD HIM TO DRINK THE BLOOD IN A MANNER THAT THE KING SHOULD NOT FEEL HIM. BUT THE MOSQUITO DONE THAT AND THE WHOLE FAMILY OF LOUSE WERE KILLED. I TOO HAVE THIS POEM IN MY ENGLISH LITERATURE BOOK. THANK YOU ...