As soon as a few flies get trapped, others cana#39;t wait to join them. ... House flies lay eggs mainly in rotting vegetation: for example, in your rubbish bin, decaying grains, soiled rags and paper, lawn clippings and compost heaps. ... The house fly finds a nice cake, or open milk bottle, or the sticky face of a sleeping baby. Then it squirts out some of the liquids ita#39;s already eaten (that nice sewage, for example).
|Title||:||The fly in your eye|
|Author||:||Jim Heath, Janet Baxter|