• Bed bugs are small bloodsucking insects that feed on humans and other warm-blooded animals

  • Bed bugs most often feed at night time when people are asleep

  • Bed bugs can go up to a year without a blood meal

  • A well fed bed bug can live anywhere from four to six months, while a dormant one might live without feeding for up to 18 months

  • Bed bugs often hide in mattresses but they can also hide in the cracks, electrical outlets in walls, behind wallpaper, base boards and picture frames, between beds and in bedding materials

  • A female bed bug can lay up to five eggs per day and up to around 500 eggs in her lifetime

  • Bed bugs are often carried into houses by clothes, luggage, furniture, bedding and sometimes even by humans




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