How Do Tapeworms Reproduce?

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If you have a pet dog, sometimes they get tapeworms or other worms. They're considered parasites. They have to get inside a dog to reproduce. They usually come from the dog eating a flea that ate the egg of a tapeworm.
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it reproduces asexual and sexual.
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Tapeworms can reproduce by shedding living segments that grow into another tapeworm when
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It has nothing to do with fleas, the tape worm does reproduce by itself and the segments do break off and start over, the head imbeds into the intestine wall and has to be taken off
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