True, what does the Uhushkat get into the ears?

I remember the case well. The guys and I climbed on your favorite high tree with thick branches, on which it was so convenient to sit. Having arranged among the thick foliage, we began to talk about the way. There was a middle of hot summer, annoying insects flew in the air and crawled around the branches. Among other things, it was also a speech about the inhales. It was unanimously decided that they were one of the most dangerous insects. There were rumors, as if the fence, having seen a man, rapidly fled to him and climbed into the ear, where they broke the eardrum and then set off inside the egg. Impressed, we sat silently for some time. At the distance of an elongated hand, two branches are bizarked, alone alone on another. I wanted to recover there and reached out to one of the branches, lifting it closer. The branch moved, and from under her, dozens of inhales were rapid - large and smaller. Acknowledge, I never jumped with such a big height as that time. My cries were killed from the tree and did not return there anymore. Now it's time to find out once and for all to find out whether the insect is really a scary insect that will not leave your earfish either a single chance?

To answer this question, you need to find out where it lives and puts eggs. These insects are in fact not aspire to get to the person, but choose to live quiet and secluded raw places without outside sounds, where you can feel safe. Like all of us, the Underflower loves to eat delicious, so it is desirable that fruit trees or cultural plants grow nearby. It is unlikely that your ear looks for the fever, as the house of her dreams.

But suddenly, insidious insects are simply postponed in the ears and quickly run away? Of course, this is fiction. When the afternoon form a couple, they find the home or buried to the ground for several centimeters, creating a mink. At the farthest end of his new house, the Underwives postpones eggs and carefully guarded them (the scientists were experiments, when one of them specially moved the eggs, and then the caring parents have fought them back into one pile). Walking in the winter, the inchshark drives out of the mink of the male and becomes terribly aggressive, distinguishing from the hole of his favorite insects and weching only for meals. In the end, small inhares appear from eggs and after a while they leave their home.

It turns out that the inhaver absolutely needed to settle in the human ear, and even more easily to tear the eardrum. Perhaps it can really be found in the ear, but only if it is there to put it there. Where did it go such a formidable name "Ukhurktka", leaving on bad thoughts? Perhaps this word came to us from English. Earwig - This is how the name of the story of the story sounds in English. Ear - Ear, Wig - Wig. It would seem, where is the wig? But at the same time, the word Wig is very similar to another English word Wing, which is translated as Wing. Indeed, if you look at the wing of the Underflower (yes, they still fly), it is very much reminded of ear sink.

Over time, the word Wing turned into Wig and the inchshertke began to attribute the habit to climb into the ears: probably, these reflections were injected with a formidable twisted tail.

As it turned out, the afternoon is not such terrible insects. These harm they can apply to man only indirectly, attacking fruit trees. But even if I knew about it in my childhood, I still jumped out again from the tree and I ran away from there - the poor people look too much threatening, quickly sorting out legs and wound up forked tails.