Dust mites do not bite people and are not parasites.
Under a microscope, dust mites appear somewhat menacing due to a pair of unsettling, pincer-like claws located close to their mouths. But do not worry; unlike lice and bed bugs, these tiny creatures are not parasites. They do not bite people and do not consume blood.
In low-income countries, just fifty-five girls continue their education after high school for every hundred boys.
There are 176 universities worldwide that teach Hindi. 45 of these universities are from the United States.