Hookworm Larva

Hookworm Larva

Hookworm larvae burrow through the bottom of feet, swim through the blood and into the lungs, crawl up the trachea, get swallowed in the esophagus into the stomach, and then journey to the intestines to mature, reproduce, and lay eggs.

Previous Fact Next Fact
Categories: DiseaseHumanbody

Latest FactRepublic Video

32 Incredible Easter Eggs You Missed in Harry Potter Movies