People and business owners know that pests are a common problem and must be addressed immediately if they do not want to face financial loss and health problems.
Depending on the area where you live, pests can be more bothersome, troublesome, or deadly.
We share some of the dangerous pests, which pose a threat to humans.
Pests dangerous to health
Rat pests love to live close to people and often find the perfect home to nest and hide in our homes.
- They reproduce quickly.
- They lead a life surrounded by garbage
- His urine, hair, and feces are carriers of pathogens.
- Being bitten or scratched by a rat can cause fever and other illnesses for humans.
If we encounter a severe infestation it will be difficult to eliminate on our own, the help of professionals in rat pest control is necessary.
Bulldog ant pest
There are more than 12,500 species of ants at least registered in the world. And as harmless as they may seem, they should not be underestimated. Scientific studies confirmed that the bulldog ant, commonly found in Australia is the most aggressive and dangerous, can inject venom through its stinger, capable of killing an adult man in 15 minutes.
In general, ants are an unpleasant past and very difficult to eliminate. It is common for these insects to appear in low houses facing the street, but we can also find them on high floors.
Some aspects make it more conducive for them to enter our homes and businesses, looking for food, breadcrumbs that stayed on the ground, pet food, etc.
With the help of skilled pest control exterminators, all you need to do is relax and wait for the bug treatment to finish.
Simuliidae Fly Pests
The Simuliidae fly or also known as the black fly has spread like a plague in Madrid and other regions of Spain in the last 28 years. And year after year it reappears with more force.
Its sting transmits a disease that leaves lesions on the skin and eyes, leading to blindness.
Asian Wasp Pests
As Besasain has published, the Asian wasp is more aggressive than the native one, it comes from Asia and entered Europe in late 2004, through a container full of pottery imported from China through the port of Bordeaux.
This exotic species can even cause death and affect allergy sufferers to a greater or lesser extent.
- These are just a few of the many dangerous pests around us if your home or business is facing a plague, please feel free to call us.