Check out some more information by clicking on any of the following pest problems:
Some little known facts
A flea can jump 150 times its own length. This is the equivelant of a human jumping a thousand feet
When feeding bed bugs have been observed climbing on top of another bed bug which is feeding, piercing that bedbug and feeding directly from it. In effect getting its blood second hand.
A mouse can jump 12 feet straight up or down without injury.
If a man could run as fast for his size as an ant he could keep up with a race horse. An ant can also carry between 20 and 100 times its own bodyweight depending on the species. Also, they don't sleep.
Beginning with a pair of houseflies in April, there would be 190,000,000,000,000,000,000 flies by August if all descendants lived and reproduced normally.
Living in a colder climate a rat can quickly grow more fur to create extra insulation. They can even lose their tail to save body heat. Rats have been known to survive longer without water than camels.