Check the seven real vampires in nature, and the fifth one can make men miserable

In real life, there are indeed some blood sucking creatures, and these creatures are closely related to human beings, it may be around you.

1. Mosquitoes

According to statistics, there are more than 3000 species of mosquitoes, each of which will suck blood, leading to the spread of human diseases, or even fatal. Friends commented: the chaos is not chaos, the mosquito has the final say!

2. Leech

Leech, commonly known as leech, grows and propagates in water. Many people are not unfamiliar with it, and they are also very afraid of it. According to the folk saying, if leech gets into the human body, it will reproduce and propagate in the human body by sucking blood. In today’s science, this saying has no scientific basis.

3. Blood sucking bat

It looks like a mouse, light as a swallow, ugly. It travels at night to look for food. It mainly feeds on animal blood. The life expectancy of blood sucking bats is long, with an average life span of 12 years. The life rule is opposite to that of human beings. Generally, female bats go out to look for food, while male bats take care of their cubs at home. The diseases transmitted by bats include: human and animal red disease. Please pay attention to safety when you travel at night!

4. Lamprey

Lampreys: commonly known as Zombie fish, fish like invertebrates, cartilage without bones, feeding on fish body, toothless eyes are underdeveloped, food and lodging, blood and tissue for a living, autumn and salmon live in the ocean, slender body, swimming into the sea, behind the eyes are arranged seven gill holes named, male lampreys choose one meter big stone to lure female, back has a long spine Efficacy: soothe the liver, improve eyesight, nourish and strengthen.

5. Blood sucking fish

This is a kind of freshwater fish. It lives in the Amazon River. Its body is translucent and small. It is difficult to find under natural conditions. It has a very sensitive sensor, which can detect traces of ammonia in the water. The smell of ammonia is left by other fish. Therefore, blood sucking fish follow the smell and need to find food. When they prey on food, they put sharp gill spikes on their prey to suck blood Hide yourself in the gills of the fish.

Therefore, in the Amazon rainforest, nearby residents are forbidden to urinate in the water, because when urinating in the water, the blood sucking fish will follow the smell of ammonia into the human genitalia, which is very painful, and it must be removed by surgery, which makes men very distressed, so they dare not urinate in the water.

6. Blood sucking Finch

Distributed in the Galapagos archipelago in Western Ecuador, it is small in size. Besides eating some plant seeds and animal larvae, it also feeds on the feathers of large birds and sucks blood. The main prey of blood sucking birds is boobies, whose weight is more than 50 times of that of blood sucking birds.

7. Ticks

It is also known as tick, tick and grass creeper. I believe many people may have heard of this kind of insect. It usually lives in the mountains. People may be bitten by ticks when they go up the mountains. The most terrible thing is that when ticks bite people, they will burrow their heads into people’s skin. It can not only transmit various diseases, but also the parts of ticks may transmit toxins.

So the most terrible part of ticks is: don’t use your hands to pull them out after being bitten by ticks! After the tick feels the danger, it will try to climb deeper. Even if you pull it out with your fingernail, its head may still stay in the body. If it is not removed in time: mild, in rainy weather a few years later, the affected area will itch unbearably; severe, high fever, deep coma, convulsion, causing forest encephalitis.

Which of the above blood sucking animals do you think is the most terrifying? What other blood sucking animals exist in nature? If you know, please leave a message in the comment area at the bottom of the article and let’s discuss it together.

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