Do Earwigs Bite People?


Earwig is a type of insect that belongs to the family phylum Arthoropoda. They do not bite but rather pinch. The pinch is really painful, but does not carry or transmit any kind of disease. However, their bite may lead to a secondary infection if scratched.
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