Bugs are everywhere and there are a lot of them. True bugs make up about 25,000 different species. They have adapted to life here on earth rather well and will probably be the last living things left at the end. Most bugs live on plant saps and fruit juices but there are some that live on the body fluids of other insects, animals, and us. I really don't like to play host to any bug that wants to eat me!! But, they are quick and persistent and do sometimes get their fill of me; or to be more correct, my body fluid.
I heard of study one time on cockroaches. They were even able to withstand very high concentrations of radioactivity. Just think, if there ever was a nuclear war, cockroaches would be one of the few species to survive unharmed!! At least the ones outside of ground zero. Bugs were here before man and probably will be here after man. But, on the negative side, they are relatively short lived. No, not the species but the individuals. So, keep on slapping those pesky mosquitoes who are trying to feast on your body fluids and try to have a very nice day, you hear?