Adult fleas are typically between 1/6 and 1/8 of an inch long and are dark in color, varying from brown to reddish brown. These pests are known for jumping onto their host, where they will bite and feed on its blood. While fleas bite humans, they do not live on our bodies or in our hair. They prefer animal hosts to live on and can commonly be found on pets. Fleas breed quickly, making them difficult to remove.
Fleas can transfer tapeworms and other parasites to your pets, and their bite can be irritating to humans. Flea infestations occur quickly if pets are untreated, and they can be very difficult to remove.
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