Meet the bedbug: a pest that feeds on human blood and can absorb up to six times its own weight! These creatures hide during the day and come out at night. They pose a great threat to humans because we are their primary food source. For this reason, beds (the inside and outside) are a bedbug’s favorite habitat. Bedbug bites can be difficult to see, but if you look carefully you will see them on your neck, arms, hands and ankles. Bedbugs like to feed on veins near the skin’s surface.Bedbugs are only a few millimeters in size. This makes them easy to miss. It also makes it very easy for them to move from place to place, which they do by clinging to people, animals, objects and clothes. If you have bedbugs in your house, you may wonder where they came from. There are many answers to this. They may have come from a friend’s house, from a café you have visited, from your luggage, or from any of your clothes. These unwanted houseguests can lay up to 200 eggs at a time. This means you may quickly become a guest in your own home.