Ticks are out there questing, and they’re looking for you

Betsy PriceCulture, Headlines

Ticks don’t fly, drop or hop onto people. For the most part, they perch in undergrowth, with two of their eight legs extended, hoping to hitch a ride on your clothes as you walk  by. It’s called questing, and once they’ve attached themselves to a host, they crawl their way into the perfect spot for a bloody meal. Those details …