Centipedes are carnivorous and venomous. They sting and eat their prey, which typically consists of insects and worms. They’re not aggressive towards humans, but may bite you if you provoke them.
Centipede bites rarely cause health complications in humans, and aren’t typically dangerous or fatal. Centipedes rarely bite humans, but when they do, it is usually because they feel threatened.
Most people will only experience short-term pain, skin inflammation, and redness following a centipede bite. However, some people may be allergic to the venom that the centipede injects into the skin.
Centipedes feed on home-invading species like cockroaches and spiders, so an abundance of prey often lures these pests into homes.
House centipedes are known for killing pests in your house that are completely unwelcome. They kill roaches, moths, flies, silverfish, and termites. They use the two legs right near its head, which has been modified to carry venom, and their other legs to scoop up the bug.
They are not harmful they kill bugs in your house for no reason should you kill centipedes in your house killing other bugs like cockroaches in your house.
To get rid of centipedes in your home, thoroughly clean damp areas of your house, like the basement, bathroom, or attic and remove their hiding places. Use insecticide paper and spray.
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