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Winter was tough. It had a negative impact on many things, including some plants and animals. But it apparently didn’t hurt the tick population.
People often think the number of ticks expands during a mild winter and their numbers are reduced by really cold weather. And this past winter, there was plenty of really cold weather.
However, research reveals it is almost impossible to freeze out the tiny pests.
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