Where Do Fleas Live?

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Fleas spend 95 percent of their adult life on pets. Adult fleas lay eggs on the pet from where they drop on the carpet, grass, or similar areas. Fleas normally do not live for more than a number of months, but reproduce very fast.
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Fleas typically live on animals or buried into their fur. Often, these pesky creatures can live while not on an animal, but not for too long.
Fleas are a type of bug that requires blood for survival. They are typically found on rodents, cats, dogs and other animals. However, any mammal can be a host to these pests.
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