The largest known flea in the world is found in mountain beaver nests in the state of Washington. The flea, Hystrichopsylla schefferi, can grow to be 8 mm in length. However, there are more than 2000 species of fleas in the world, varying greatly in size.
The average flea can range from 1/12inch to 1/6 inch long. Check out the link for more information.
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