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At large on every continent, ticks feed on blood. Using their front legs, they attach to the skin of their victims and cling on tight. Ticks are mostly found in fields and forests and can spread dangerous diseases to the animals and people they come in contact with. Understand more about these bloodsuckers with this engrossing book for beginning readers.