Ticks are parasites known as ectoparasites (external parasites) that live by hemotophagy, which is a process that occurs in blood of birds, mammals and sometimes amphibians and reptiles. Ticks are the most important vectors for various diseases, such as Lyme disease.
Ticks usually live in mammal blood. They can be found in contact with humans through pets. They are carriers of harmful bacteria that can lead to skin disorders and other harmful ailments.
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