They prey on the blood of humans, coming out by the light of the moon to hunt for sleeping victims. They can be found anywhere in the world, and they seek out the scent of their prey.
They can be difficult to see and even more difficult to kill.
These are no fictitious vampires. These real-life bloodsuckers go by the scientific name cimicidae, but they are better known as bedbugs.
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