Ticks, which have about five thousand species, are frequently seen in spring and summer. Ticks are the arthropod monotypic order and its superfamily from the mite subclass of the arachnid class. While the ticks, which cling to the human body as well as animals, were nauseating, the neck of the little boy shocked those who saw it.

While the ticks found outdoors on trees, bushes, leaf piles or grass fed on the blood of humans and warm-blooded animals, the little boy’s neck made those who saw it sicken..

WHAT IS TICK?

Ticks (Ixodida) are the arthropod monotypic order and its superfamily from the mites (Acarina) subclass of arachnids (Arachnida).Although the terms mite and tick are often used interchangeably, species that live as parasites in warm-blooded animals are called ticks, and species that feed on plants are called mites..

Ticks are more common in the spring and summer. They are most common from April to September.. While in most cases a tick bite is harmless, a tick bite has the potential to be fatal in case of an allergic reaction to the bite or due to diseases they can transmit to pets and humans..

WHAT IS TICK BITES?

Ticks prefer warm, moist areas of the body.

When a tick infects the body, they migrate to the armpits, groin, or areas with hair or dense hair..

Unlike other living species, ticks remain attached to the body after biting. Toxic substances secreted from the salivary glands during the blood-sucking of ticks can cause severe nervous system disorders.
These toxic substances prevent the transmission of nerve impulses to the brain via peripheral nerves and spinal cord..

The neck of the little boy was nauseated by those who saw it! took it out one by one.

The neck of the little boy was nauseated by those who saw it! took it out one by one.