By Anna Claybourne
The revolting and interesting ebook is packed to the brim with disgusting, gross, and repulsive issues guaranteed to attract readers of every age. The content material is split right into a variety of different types, from offensive animals, vegetation, and different creatures to meals, innovations, and naturally, a variety of revolting human physique bits akin to snot, scabs, and earwax. each one web page has a Yuck issue score and outline, in addition to images and illustrations. Sidebars comprise additional gross info and tips.
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Aarrggh! Luckily, though, most homes these days don’t have them. feeDing time! Once it’s really dark and you’re lying nice and still, the bedbugs start to nibble. They jab you with sharp, beak-like mouthparts that have two tubes in them – one for injecting painkilling chemicals, the other for sucking blood. You don’t feel it at first, but later you get a horribly itchy bump. Creepy bedbugs bite humans when they are at their most vulnerable: when they are asleep! three in a row Bedbugs often leave three bites in a nice neat row Ð probably because they have to let go and reattach themselves when you move.
But that's nonsense! The bumps on toads’ backs aren’t real warts at all. They are glands, a kind of small body organ. They release poisons that help protect toads from predators. KILLER TOADS Cane toads have two extra-large glands, one behind each eye. If the toad is attacked, these glands release a poisonous, milky white substance. In some animals, including humans, the poison causes drooling and stops the heart from working. It can be fatal. Cane toads’ eggs and tadpoles are deadly poisonous, too.
You can save yourself from bites by sleeping under a mosquito net and using bug repellent on your skin. In countries where malaria is common, you can take special anti-malarial tablets, too. DiD you know? Diseases spread by mosquitoes are thought to have killed more people than any other cause of death, including wars, all other illnesses, and all killer animals. yuCk faCtor! ngerous Mosquitoes can be very da ng. gu but only moderately dis sti usually feed on nectar and fruit. Only the females suck blood – they do it to get the nutrients they need for laying eggs.