Even Dinosaurs were not spared of bloodsucking ticks © CDC/ Dr. Christopher Paddock, Public Health Image Library
Even Dinosaurs were not spared of bloodsucking ticks
Scientists discovered ticks in a 99 million-year-old amber which showed that it had a penchant for latching on to dinosaurs. This amber which dates way back to the Cretaceous period has an exciting specimen of a tick holding onto a dinosaur feather. Scientists claim that this is the first fossil evidence of parasitization of dinosaurs.

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