They can burrow into the human flesh leaving an air hole to breath out of. There are lots of cases of humans having maggots under their flesh, normally from a wound on their flesh. NO...maggots need air to live
Maggots are fly larvae and hatch from fly eggs. Maggots do not spontaneously appear as many people believe they do.
Hospital grade turpetine on 4x4s, lay them on feet and tie plastic bag tight around feet. Leave on as long as you can. (hours) maggots die and fall into bag.
When toes turn blue, the cause is usually bad circulation. The body isn't getting oxygenated blood to the extremities.
No, maggots usually turn into flies.
Rice does not turn into maggots. If insects lay their egs in the rice, they could grow into maggots.
If there are no flies then there will be no maggots. No flies, no eggs, no maggots.
We are born with parasites, not maggots.
They grow up. Maggots are baby flys.
Maggots, in fact, actually turn in flies. Maggots are the pupal form of the common and other types of flies. They are adept at eating decaying material.
No. Old cooked rice would not "turn into maggots". The only way maggots could develop would be if an adult insect laid eggs on the food. Those eggs could hatch into maggots.
Maggots are found on any decomposing body. They are found about everywhere.