The adult scorpion sucks blood on the host for the rest of his life. The main hosts are: terrestrial mammals, a few are marine mammals, and humans are often parasitic. The scorpion not only absorbs blood, but also makes the host irritated and can infect many important human and animal diseases.
The return heat transmitted by scorpion is a worldwide disease, and the pathogen of this disease is a spiral. The life span of the scorpion is about six weeks, and each female has about ten eggs per day, and the eggs are firmly attached to the human hair or clothes. Eight days later, the little scorpion hatched and immediately bite the blood. After about two or three weeks, you can grow into an adult by three times of molting. Scorpion life is parasitic life. People can spread each other because of contact. The return of heat is that after biting, the bite is very itchy. When people scratch itchy, they will squeeze the scorpion. The pathogen in the body fluid is brought into the bitten wound with scratching, and people get sick. The best way to prevent and return to heat is to eliminate the scorpion; if we use hot water soap to bathe, and often change clothes, pay attention to environmental hygiene, the body will not grow long. good luck to u.