Scabies are caused by a very small species of mite. They can be spread by direct human contact or shared clothing and bedding. They are more common on babies skin and older adults. The mites make their way into the skin and lay their eggs, causing an allergic reaction of the skin.
Scabies are caused by an infestation under the skin by the human itch mite. The mites burrow under the skin where they live and lay eggs. The scabies mite usually spread by direct prolonged skin to skin contact with a person who has scabies.
Scabies is a skin condition caused by a mite called Sarcoptes scabiei. Female mites burrow into the skin and create a maze of tunnels, where they lay eggs and deposit feces. These tunnels are small, but sometimes they can be seen by the naked eye. Mites are attracted to the warmth and smell of humans, and they are most commonly spread through close contact with another infected human. There are different mites that cause human scabies and animal-transmitted scabies, and neither can live or reproduce on the other type of host.
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