Blood worms kill as many as one million people every year. The worms produce eggs inside the body, which causes blood vessels to burst and the eggs are released into the intestine or urinary tract. Infected feces and urine can then end up in water sources.
Yes, bloodworms are dangerous to humans. They can easily lay eggs into your body and the eggs will hatch.
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