Dinosaur fleas?

Did dinosaurs have fleas? Surprisingly, yes. And, being dinosaurs, they were afflicted with dinosaur-sized fleas, ten times the size of our modern bloodsuckers. The degree of specialization in the insect world, even in the present, is astonishing, so I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that dinosaurs had their parasites, just as all animals, including humans, do today.

Pseudopulex jurassicus is thankfully long gone, but here in Vancouver, fleas are very much still with us, not to mention a host of other pests. Call Green Frog today to make your home pest free!