These creatures have sex on the faces of humans while sleeping, big disclosure on this eight-legged ‘animal’ – न्यूज़लीड India

These creatures have sex on the faces of humans while sleeping, big disclosure on this eight-legged ‘animal’


Skin mites is the name of this organism

These creatures are not visible to us with the naked eye and its name is skin mites, which have eight legs and in new research it has been found that, when humans are asleep, they work to increase their population. Scientists have found that, this creature lives in the skin of every human and its habit of having sex is also quite strange. They carry out sex action on the face of humans after sleeping. According to reports, Demodex folliculorum mites are found on the face, eyelids and nipples of almost every human, which keeps roaming in search of a mate.

Abiz is a breeding habit

Abiz is a breeding habit

Researchers at the University of Reading have sequenced the genome of a skin mite for the first time, and found that during sex they drift on unnecessary cells. Scientists have found during research that, although skin mites are parasitic and live on the skin of humans, but sometimes these parasites also enter inside our body and infect humans.

How are skin mites

How are skin mites

According to scientists, the size of skin mites is only 0.01 inches i.e. 0.3 mm long and as the number of pores in our body increases, the number of this organism also increases. Scientists have tested the DNA of this organism and DNA analysis has shown that the mating habit of this organism is very strange and they develop with the characteristics of the body. Scientist Alejandra Perotti, who co-led the research, said, ‘We found that the physical systems of these organisms are very different from those of other organisms’.

48 thousand species of skin mites

48 thousand species of skin mites

Scientist Alejandra Perotti said that there are 48 thousand different species of skin mites living in the pores of the human body and the physiological system of each species is different from each other. They are adapted to live in the pores of the human body. These changes in their DNA have resulted in some unusual characteristics and behaviour. Alejandra Perotti said that, although there are 48,000 species of this organism, only 2 species live on our faces and to see them, a microscope is needed.

Stay away from external dangers

Stay away from external dangers

Skin mites live completely away from external threats and live in complete isolation, living in the holes of the human body. For this reason, skin mites are shedding unnecessary genes and cells, and according to the researchers, are surviving with minimal numbers of proteins. Because of their DNA, they go into a dormant state in sunlight and when the human body stops working at night, at that time these creatures come out of the pores and perform sex acts on the face of humans. Skin mites have lost their ability to produce melatonin, a compound that enables invertebrates to be active at night, but even after losing this ability, they make their way to the evening using melatonin secreted from human skin. have sex.

Do sex by sticking to human hair

Do sex by sticking to human hair

Scientists observed during research that the sex ability of skin mites is also very different and the sex of male skin mites is such that they have to stay down during intercourse. Therefore, they have sex by hanging from human hair and sometimes they enter human hair and get wrapped and clinging to their partner through human hair.

are long like nails

are long like nails

Skin mites are organisms that appear on the side of the nail when viewed under a microscope and have a long and cone-shaped body. At the same time, their feet are also very small compared to their body. At the same time, scientists have said that skin mites are very beneficial for our face and as long as the skin mites live in the pores of the skin, there is no acne on the face. Scientists have seen that the oil in our hair is their food and since there is a genetic deficiency in their body, they survive even with less protein.

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