What is the mass of a flea?

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What is the mass of a flea?

Flea Life:

An insect that is synonymous with pest, fleas survive by sucking blood of much larger animals. Fleas are well-known to humans because our dogs and cats often attract them.

Answer and Explanation:

The mass of a flea is very small, with a typical weight of one flea ranging between .5 to 1 mg (milligram), depending on whether the flea recently fed...

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