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388879 01: A visitor to the third annual "Big Bug Out" at Miami Metrozoo, uses a magnifying glass to check out a Madagascar cockroach May 5, 2001 in Miami, Florida. The event was an opportunity to learn about insects, the most numerous of all species on Earth. Exotic, native, live and mounted, this bug affair had them all, including some scrumptious bug-tasting opportunities. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Newsmakers)

Well this is nice… NOT!

A type of mite called “Nipple Mites” are having sex on your face while you are sleeping! According to the New York Post  a new study says the microscopic mites may soon “become one with humans.” The study by the UK’s University of Reading said that nipple mites, microscopic parasites that live in hair follicles on our face and nipples, are showing changes in their DNA which means they’re changing from parasites into symbionts.

What does that mean in simple language? That instead of living on humans, they may soon live in humans…permanently. As for having sex on your face while you’re asleep? They do, and they harvest melatonin from you to help do it.

EWWWWWWAAAAAA!!!!!

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