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IN VIDEO: Ganito Pala Nanganganak ang Langaw. Nakakadiri Tingnan!

There are a lot of things in the natural world that human beings do not understand. Probably because some of them are not common things we see in our normal daily routines. Here's one example.

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Animals and insects have been shown on documentaries while they are giving birth, right? Have you ever seen a fly reproduce?

Flies lay eggs that eventually turn into maggots. Have you ever seen it? Probably not many have witnessed it.

The video starts with a hand seemingly trying to hold down the fly underneath what seems to be a plastic container of some sort. It then proceeds to lay maggots.
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Many netizens felt disturbed and disgusted, probably because the fly is not the cleanest organisms known to us. The mind boggling thing about this footage is, the fly seems to be laying them already as maggots.

According to a source, A female house fly can lay up to 500 eggs. This is usually done in batches of about 75 to 100 eggs each.

Producing their young also depends on what type of species they are.  Usually, they may seek moist, dark piles of trash, rotting carcasses or manure in which to lay their eggs. There are some biting flies that even need a blood meal in order to prompt egg laying.
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The eggs look like small grains of rice and and they are supposed to hatch after a day. As larvae, the flies go through three stages of larval growth, which is also known as instars.

Regardless of which creature it may be, it is undeniable that this is one of the wonders of life, don't you agree? Natural things like this may make some uncomfortable but surely, it is happening all around us.

What do you think of this video? Have you ever witnessed such a thing?



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