What are they?
Bed bugs are an insect that feed off of human & animal blood, they are small brown and oval looking.
When adults they are the size of apple seeds and more red looking after attaching to human and consuming blood.
Female adult bugs can lay up to hundreds of eggs throughout their lives which is about the size of a little speck of dust.
Though they do not fly they move very fast over walls, furniture, luggage, floors and ceilings.
Bed bugs habitat are usually in small cracks close to humans
Signs you have bed bugs
If you have a reddish almost rusty colored stain on your bedding or on the walls from bed bugs being crushed
Live bed bugs
Can be found in walls, wallpaper, furniture and beds
Also may live in short-term places; for example suitcases and backpacks
Bed bugs feed at night so more than likely you will wake up with small red bites on your body
How do you get them?
Bed bugs are hitchhikers they can attach to all types of things especially when traveling in hotels or other locations.
A good way to avoid that is to keep suitcases away from walls and beds.
Bed bugs also are very likely to travel in multi-unit buildings
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