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Centipedes definitely give definition to the phrase “creepy crawlies,” but their name does not accurately describe how many legs they have.
Contrary to belief, Centipedes can have less than one hundred legs or even more than one hundred.
Typically, Centipedes run in shades of Grey, Black, or Brown.
If you see a few Centipedes is a dark corner of an unfinished basement or under a sink, you may have a Centipede problem.
Does your home offer any damp areas either inside or directly outside? An unfinished basement can become humid, a pipe under a sink or even a bathroom can be great places for Centipedes to hang out.
Most times, they will find a place that is more undisturbed than others so an unused sink in a basement or even a subterranean bathroom that is rarely used are great places to find Centipedes.
Centipedes in mass quantities can be unsightly but also can be risky for your health.
They may seem small but Centipedes can still bite and harm those they bit. One bite from a Centipede can be painful but also may cause a fever or chills due to the toxins.
You want to avoid any physical harm to your family and also eliminate the unsightliness of a Centipede problem. Calling a Centipede exterminator will help get rid of the Centipedes today.
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