These Live In Your Bed – Bugs Under The Microscope

These Live In Your Bed – Bugs Under The Microscope

Booklice are not related to regular lice like headlice and crabs And the booklouse is not parasitic like regular lice and do not bite or harm humans.

24 thoughts on “These Live In Your Bed – Bugs Under The Microscope”

  1. Watching those critters is really cool. This is the first time i've actually clicked the bell for a channel :D. About ideas: Since i read about the "eyelash mites", I'd really like to see demodex in good quality. I think they're about as large as the the dust mite you had in this video. Also, it would be great if you could speak the text. I can't follow the critters and read, but still like the factoids.
    Keep it up!

  2. If you want to see more of these videos you can help me make them by supporting me on

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  3. I had no idea such small creatures lived that long! I would have assumed a lifespan of couple of months. On the other hand, I suppose they are not very complicated organisms, and therefore do not have much reason to die.

  4. I loved the video. Only you confused me about the booklouse that can cause typhoid in cats but do not hurt humans. There is something I'd like to see. I wish I had my own microscope. I would like to see white semi-fluid exudate of a pimple. I want to see if it's alive and what it eats. On Dr. Pimple Popper last week she squeezed a cyst that was almost the size of the pt.'s head. The consistency was thick like mud (only white, with black specs.) She had it since she was a little girl, so it's had a long time to grow.

  5. It warms my heart to know I am effortlessly feeding the hungry while I sleep.

    To know they are starting families in the same bed as I did, is icing on the cake.

    🙏 Namaste buggies 🙏

  6. Woah, what a video. Informative, interesting and well put together. I can tell your channel will succeed, give time.

  7. I don't think silverfish thrive in beds. They usually live in kitchens and bathrooms. The most annoying one you didn't mention: the bedbug which sucks blood and leaves itchy pimples similar to mosquitos. But maybe it's even better you have ignored them. ^_^

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