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House flies come indoors to lay their eggs whenever a suitable breeding ground is available. The flies may be attracted to garbage bins, pet food or water sources indoors.


Flies can be attracted by almost anything that they consider to be a source of food, such as feces, garbage, fermenting fruit and dying houseplants. If a home has a sudden increase in flies, this means the flies have found an attractive food source somewhere nearby.


From egg to adult, house flies live anywhere from two weeks to one month. A female fly lays 75 to 100 eggs at a time. The eggs hatch a day later into tiny, legless worms called maggots. The maggot stage lasts 14 to 36 hours.


House flies eat things such as decaying matter and feces. They also feed on garbage, spoiled meat and rotting fruits.


Flies come from eggs. In the common housefly, these eggs are often laid in manure, wet compost, carrion, feces or other damp organic matter. After a few hours, they hatch into maggots.


One main reason for dead flies in a home is that flies enter the home through cracks and crevices, then are unable to gain access to the outside again, thus ending their life cycle inside the home. Flies generally seek indoor environments for warmth or for obtaining food.


Houseflies are attracted to decaying organic matter which they use both for food and as a place to lay eggs. They're also attracted to sugar and non-decaying food matter, but they're primarily interested in moist, rotting food and decomposing garbage.


Getting rid of house flies involves finding and destroying their breeding sites and using insecticides to kill all adult flies. Uncovered food sources, feces and trash cans are common breeding sites for house flies.


To get rid of big flies, thoroughly clean your home, paying special attention to your kitchen. Ensure that there are no open waste disposal containers, repair broken window screens, and seal off all openings that allow flies to enter your home. Use basic fly traps, fly bait or insecticide sprays to


What would you do if you found out that a bird had flown into your house? Depending on your beliefs, a bird flying into your home could represent something very good or something very bad. Superstitious belief says different things about having a bird enter your home.