What Do Maggots Turn into?

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Maggots usually turn into flies. They look for protective areas in which they can pupate and turn in to flies. Usually, the adult female lays eggs in or near a pile of rotting vegetation. These eggs then hatch in to maggots and eat up the decaying matter as they pupate into flies.
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1. Two flies mate and one drops eggs, typically around garbage cans where there is foul-smelling waste and moisture. Flies also commonly lay eggs on dead animals. 2. The eggs hatch
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flies.
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A maggot goes from a larvae state, into a maggot, and eventually into a house fly. ChaCha again!
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It's probably just a manifestation of the haunting and has very little to do with the biological process of food breaking down. Those would be some really long lasting baked beans
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