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What Makes Ticks Stick? A Mouth Like a Ratchet | The New York Times

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Published on Oct 30, 2013

ScienceTake - Scientists studying ticks that carry Lyme bacteria wanted to know how these arachnids are able to stick so well to skin. The answer is a mouth that works like a ratchet.

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