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Buzzzzzz Buzzzzz There they go buzzing away Those pest that bother you all day You know whom Im talking about thats right flies They buzz around you going into your ears and nose Landing on your food and everywhere else Some flies are favorable to humans as parasites of bug pests or as scavengers and many others are important as plant pollinators Flies are also understood to be carriers of diseases like cholera typhoid and dysenteryIn most breeds of flies their body has padded feet that are coated with hairs and the tongue covered with sticky glue Using a powerful microscope bits of dust and dirt holding on to the hairs show bacteria that cause a broad variety of diseases Files get these bacteria from hanging around garbage and sewage Now if those yucky flies touch your food later it my also become contaminated Flies increase at a very quick rate In only five months a female fly could produce more than 190 quintillion descendents if all of her female offspring survived The only way to keep the flies population down is to prevent the female from breeding Lengthy exposure to freezing cold weather kills flies In cold areas very few fertile females hibernating in protected places sustain the winter Warm weather arises them to seek damp spots such as garbage in which they lay their eggs The eggs are the size of a tiny grain of wheat about 120 of an inch The female can lie up to 250 eggs in seven clusters In about 24 hours the eggs turn into larva or maggots They eat and grow for about five days becoming pupae After another five days out comes a fully developed fly In two or three days each new female is ready to lay eggs A flys life cycle is only two weeks longThe physical features of a fly are very interesting An adult fly is about 064 centimeters long and about
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