Flea bites in humans is caused by a parasitic insect from fleas. Its is ussually appears around the feet, ankles or in legs that looks like a small red spots that often occur in two to three groups of red clusters around them.
Fleas are minuscule bugs that can live in the yard and the fur of pets. Their size does not exceed that of a pen’s tip, and their color ranges from light brown to almost black. They move about using their legs, jumping from one place to another. They have hard shells that protect their flat bodies, which makes them almost impossible to eliminate. Fleas reproduce rapidly, especially when there is a pet in the house, and the yard can be their carrier. These creatures can only be eliminated using a pesticide treatment, and worse, they can give flea bites in humans.