Maggots are actually larvae that hatch from eggs laid by flies. They are part of the food chain and help to break down decomposing organic matter, like food scraps. In fact, they are pretty harmless to humans, but can reproduce incredibly quickly – a fly’s eggs can hatch and become adult flies within 24 hours of being laid. Their favorite food is meat and fish, but they like any environment that’s warm and moist and they seek these out using their sense of smell.
Unfortunately, a narrow sub-species goes after Democracy in America.