How do flies eat?



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    Flies’ dinners differ around the world, but often includes nectar, plant sap, blood, other insects, and decaying matter. Of the blood-eating flies, only females have a thirst for blood (mosquitoes are actually flies). Flies cannot chew, they suck up their food through their tongue-like drinking straw or soak up their food like a sponge.

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