Cockroaches: The Filth Pest
Cockroaches are six-legged insects known for their ability to adapt and survive in a variety of hiding places and environmental conditions, along with their tendency to eat practically anything available to them. Infestations occur in a variety of places, and different species of cockroach have unique preferences for which environment they choose to live in. But in many cases, as long as they have access to a steady source of food and water, they will stick around until they are eradicated.
Cockroaches are also known for their unhygienic nature. Their presence alone is often affiliated with ideas that their chosen place of infestation is unsanitary or undesirable. This is not always the case, but since cockroaches are often found in kitchens, pantries and bathrooms, especially commercial ones, their presence can be a source of worry and disgust. Due in part to their tendency to infest unclean locations, they are also potential sources of disease and allergens. Furthermore, they breed rapidly and can be difficult to kill.
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