bedbugsexterminations.com With all the recent hype about bedbugs, many people are asking, where do bedbugs come from? Insects of all kinds have been with us since life first emerged on our planet. Scientists call bedbugs Cimicidae and characterize them as small, parasitic insects that like to feast on the blood of warm blooded animals, especially human beings. Extremely resilient creatures, they can survive in temperatures as low as 14 degrees and as high as 112 degrees, with ideal thriving temps being warm and moderate. They do not like high concentrations of carbon dioxide but can handle very low humidity.
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