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Top 10 Most Dangerous Insects In The World

Few people like insects, and for good reason - they are scary, scary and have simple shades. But in addition to the basic reasons why you don't like them, there's also a very strong reason: Some are very dangerous for people. The most famous dangerous insects are:


These tubes, native to East Asia, can grow up to 2 inches in length with a sting length of 1/4 inch. Their poison is known to be much stronger - one cycle can kill someone with an allergy, and enough can kill someone who doesn't.


The bite of a fire ant can be very painful and can cause burns (ie "fire" ants) before it becomes a pustule. For people who are allergic to the poison of fire ants, the bite can be fatal. If you think you may have an ant infection, please contact our Seabrook Pest Control Services.


Deer ticks are found in many parts of the United States and can be a threat to Lyme disease. Once a person is infected with Lyme disease, they experience symptoms that begin with a rash and fever and, if not treated immediately, worsen (and include joint and heart problems).


This moth, also known as the southern flannel moth or cunt moth, is covered with feathers that hide many of its venomous thorns. Stabbing with these thorns requires immediate medical attention. Other more serious reactions include chest pain, numbness and difficulty breathing.


The mosquito is often considered the most dangerous insect because it can transmit diseases such as the West Nile and (most often) malaria to its victims. Every year, this plague kills a million people worldwide. Our Seabrook pest control can also help prevent mosquito infections if you have more than one.

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