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Here's Why You Should Never Kill A Centipede You Find In Your House

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The squares of the feet can move 1.3 meters per second. Indoor birds not only kill insects they really don't want in your home, nor do they make any kind of nests or nets. They are considered active hunters and are constantly looking for the next prey.

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   They look like something from a horror movie. With 15 pairs of legs, they spread their wings


   Such as walls, floors and even ceilings. If you try to lubricate them but only get half the damage, the uninjured half can slip without getting hurt.

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   We are talking about diversity of houses. If you don't know the name, you might recognize a picture.


   I hope it doesn't bring you painful flashbacks. There's nothing worse than seeing one of those creepy arthropods in your bedside bed and wondering what they're doing while you sleep.


   The good news is that the Alps are just an antagonist to the rest of the creepy world. They feed on most of the other bays that live in basements and walls.

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   You can think of them as a nightmare in Game of Thrones. Sure, they're mediocre, but they're the only thing that protects you from all the worse lurking on the other side of the wall.


   The squares of the house are very helpful. They feed on all kinds of common domesticated arthropods such as fleas, spiders, cockroaches, termites and silverfish. This is something that people pay well to do. Prohibits killing off maximum pins one after another.

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   If the legs are making you too cold to live next to them, you can pick them up in a jar fairly easily. You can put them outside instead of damp leaves and they will continue to kill arthropods outside of your home (but don't panic if they come back).


   Their shells are worse than their bite.

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   The square feet are technically toxic, but humans shouldn't be much feared. Their first leg becomes a venomous ivy called a seaweed.


   We know this sounds scary. It is intended for smaller organisms, but this seaweed is not strong enough in most cases to pierce human skin (and polymers usually do not try to bite humans).


   In the rare case of a centipede biting, the consequences are equivalent to a bee sting. There may be temporary redness and stinging sensation.


   They use both feet close to the head, adapted to carry poison, and their remaining legs to lift the bay. This is called the "lasso" technique, where they jump on prey and wrap it with the rest of the leg.


   Indoor birds not only kill insects they really don't want in your home, nor do they make any kind of nests or nets. They are considered active hunters and are constantly looking for the next prey. They don't eat your plants, they don't carry deadly pathogens. The millennial house just wants to chase away bugs.


   If you want to get rid of odors in your home forever, the trick is to get rid of the foods they produce. Try to get rid of the pests they provide. You do this by making sure that no additional moisture is entering your wall by using a humidifier or by placing a fan in the bathroom. Seal any cracks entering your home so that pests don't have a place to lay eggs, and make sure your home is clean of any debris that may leak unnecessary moisture to the wall.


   Is the proliferation of espionage dangerous for humans?

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   Smaller strains of centipedes produce a local, painful, similar reaction to a bee sting. However, larger species secrete more venom from the bite and can cause extreme pain. Although centipede bites can be extremely painful, they are usually not fatal to humans. Pain from a multiple leg bite can last up to a few days. However, an experiment from the 1920s concluded that pain usually subsided after a few hours. There may be swelling around the lavatory and some victims may experience nausea, sweating, and swollen lymph nodes after the attack.


   Do not dispose of shrubs as they can bite. Caution should be exercised for young children and people who have known allergies after a centipede bite. In the event of a medical problem, consult a doctor immediately.


   People with other insect allergies should watch their symptoms closely to prevent multiple foot bites. In addition to the initial pain caused by the attack, side effects can include severe swelling, chills, fever, and weakness. In the event of a severe allergic reaction, seek immediate emergency medical services.

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