There are different types of flies arround the world but in this article I will be talking about house flies.
We come in contact with flies during our day to day activity and most times they are very irritating.
According to business insider "When they land on solid food, they regurgitate saliva on it. The saliva liquefies the food for them to drink. ... The fly can then transfer the bacteria from its food, to you. It's believe that flies can transmit over 65 diseases to humans".
below are possible things that is likely to happen when a fly land on a food.
1.They can vomit on your food
2. They can lay eggs on your food. 3. Their leg and wings can form a nest of bacteria on your meal. 4. They can carry disease's
And also according to Thoughtco "So flies do a lot of defecating, too. Therefore, in answer to the original question, "Do flies really vomit and poop when they land on you?" Yes, they do, but not every single time they land on you. They void when they land on food".
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