Why Are Flies Attracted to Light?

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Flies are attracted to lights because they unconsciously use light sources such as the moon to find the way and decide which direction is up or down. Flies often travel long distances directed by starlight and the moon.
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The short answer is scentifically we dont know. However there are theories out there that try to explain this. One theory is that flies are attracted to light because of their migratory
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Fruit flies are attracted to rotting fruit. They don't actually care for the fruit itself. They like to feast on the microbes that are produced when fruit starts to decompose.
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A bright light source is seen as a emergency beacon.Fly's may also use light as a navigational aid.
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