Teeth are a problem all over the world. They are usually a problem in developing countries, but have since become a problem in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and in some parts of Europe. ( Centers for Disease Control and Prevention )
How long has it been scratching the creatures on the planet? According to a new study, they are here because dinosaurs are still going on Earth.
The kidneys are some of the most desirable pests, and for a long time it was believed that the bed appeared about 50 to 60 million years ago, and the bats were their first hosts. However, a new study reveals that the thighs are actually twice as old as they are currently believed, and in fact evolved more than 100 million years ago.
This was discovered after the researchers spent 15 years collecting samples from around the world and found a sample of a bulb that is about 115 million years old. It would have made about 30 million years older than the oldest known bat sample.
Interestingly, the findings also increase the current belief that human evolution caused a division of ordinary human parasites in different species, as researchers found that parasitic species are actually much older than humans.
With the new age of the thigh, it means that the earliest acacia also went to Earth during the dinosaurs. However, researchers say it is unlikely that the clips feed on the blood of dinosaurs, because bed bugs are usually fed with the blood of creatures that have homes like nests, pits, or in the case of people, beds. Dinosaurs did not bring such habitat types.
Additionally, researchers found that gums tend to conquer people every half a million years, and that while some clues tend to specialize on a particular host, some have the ability to jump from one host to another.
Poor and people
According to researchers, it is possible that bed bugs will be a major parasite for people in the coming years, especially given the many opportunities people, livestock and pets give.
"These species are those for which we can reasonably expect to be the next ones to drink blood, and maybe not even half a million years," said Klaus Reinhard of the University of Dresden, co-led the study.
That said, the study is an effective tool to understand the lenses more clearly, giving us the opportunity to see how to eliminate them more effectively.
The study was published in Current biology.
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