Do We Really Need Flies?

Do We Really Need Flies?

While many people see flies as pests, these insects play a vital role in the biological world. They feed on dead and decaying matter and break it down. This allows bacteria to feed on the material and return it to circulation. While humans enjoy eating these insects, they can also pose a serious threat to our health.

Flies have evolved to survive in our world despite our changing circumstances. They are adaptable and do not require a lot of food. In fact, they can live on small amounts of food, such as crumbs. In fact, flies are so adaptable that they can even survive on tiny pieces of food.

Dr. McAlister studies flies and other creatures and is particularly interested in the insect predators that kill dragonflies. She also studies crickets and fungus gnats. She also has a penchant for flies and uses Twitter to make the case for them. She tweets as ‘flygirlNHM’ and defends these creatures. In fact, she calls them ‘her babies’ and ‘the best animals on the planet’.

In addition to their beneficial roles for humans, flies have a variety of other functions. Many species of flies feed on a variety of plants and fungi. Others lay their eggs in plants and convert the plant into a gall, which protects the larvae and provides food. Many flies are also beneficial to our ecosystems by serving as important pollinators. In addition to this, flies are also important for cleaning up dead animals and dung.