Ticks do not jump or fly! To get a host, ticks crawl through low brush or grass, latching onto leaves or branches with their hind legs, while keeping their front legs outstretched to latch onto passing bodies. This process is called “questing”. Both sexes require blood meals to move from different stage of life. The female tick is capable of laying 3000-5000 eggs. Carry vectors of diseases such as Lyme disease, tularemia , typhus, etc.
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Ticks prefer warm, moist areas of the body. Once a tick gets on your body, they’re likely to migrate to your armpits, groin, or hair. When they’re in a desirable spot, they bite into your skin and begin drawing blood.