Why Don’t Parasites Kill Their Hosts?

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Parasites do not kill their hosts because they have to survive longer. Parasites entirely depend on their hosts which are their source of food. They take out a little food and reserve some for the next time. On the other hand they may not be able to take out all the nutrients and so no reason to kill their hosts. For instance a tapeworm feeding inside a human being can not kill its host or else

 

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One comment on “Why Don’t Parasites Kill Their Hosts?

  1. Orange Tatty says:

    just like a tic, leaves lyme disease in our bodies do the tics from the east of glasgow

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