Where do ticks live and what do they eat?

A great many mites live in the soil, forest floor, accumulations of plant debris. Here, some mites feed on yeast and unicellular algae, others on the smallest animals. By decomposing plant residues, mites help to improve soil fertility. The habitats of ticks are also rotting wood, fungi, lichens, mosses, parts of plants, nests of birds, dwellings of animals and other animals.
A special group of mites lives in the dust of living quarters, in mattresses, pillows, bedding. Many ticks are parasitic.

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