Researchers release study on the arachnids that live on your face

The human body is its own ecosystem. It is home to a wide variety of microbes, fungi, viruses and tiny animals. According to prior research, 90 percent of the cells that make up the average human belong to microbes that are not part of the human in question.

Now, a new study from researchers at North Carolina State, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, and the California Academy of Sciences has taken a close look at two species of mites that live on the human face.

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