SAN FRANCISCO (MEDIA WIRE) — Ants, of course, are one of the most popular attractions at California beaches.
In the past, many beachgoers have complained about the presence of ants and other pests on the beaches and in the homes of locals.
Ants also make for a nuisance in the community, and there have been many reports of them making their way into homes.
So, what exactly are the creatures, what are they and how do they bite?
Ants are very territorial and territorial animals, so they will try to defend their territory against intruders.
They will even attack people who are attempting to invade their territory, but are they dangerous?
They are not.
Ant bites are actually quite mild and, when they do occur, they are usually minor.
Some people have suffered only minor injuries, but others have suffered severe or even fatal injuries.
The bite can be painful, and can be very severe if it does not heal on its own within a day or two.
A person who has been bitten by an ant can have fever, vomiting and headache.
The person may have difficulty breathing and even lose consciousness, as the ant’s saliva can penetrate the blood vessels in the extremities.
Other symptoms that can occur include pain in the mouth, sore throat, difficulty swallowing, sore eyes and other symptoms.
People who are bitten by ants may also have an allergic reaction.
Symptoms of an allergic response include a rash on the body or a burning sensation, swelling of the mouth and nose, sneezing and wheezing.
Other signs and symptoms include difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, cough, swelling around the eyes and nose and difficulty swallowing.
People with a history of allergies should be checked out by a doctor.
When ants are in a community, they can become a problem because ants have the potential to cause food allergies, particularly to dairy products.
They can also be attracted to other insects, especially house ants, which can make them dangerous.
Some ants, such as the yellow-legged caterpillar (Ophidiomyces) which is found on the East Coast, will try and enter the home through cracks and crevices, which may be made by a wall or window.
The ants can be quite aggressive and bite people who try to protect themselves, causing serious injuries.
If you have been bitten, seek immediate medical attention and call a doctor if you experience any of these symptoms: swelling of face or mouth