Teeny Tiny Vampires You Never Knew Existed…

Within a few metres of you, almost certainly, a vampire is feeding. It grabs its victim and punctures its skin, then drains its bodily fluids. The process takes just minutes.

These fascinating organisms feed much like a vampire, and can even magnify their own size in order to attack larger prey. Vampires exist in nature, and if ever there was a more interesting example of how little we know of the universe, and just how much possibility exists in the infinite laboratory of Mother Nature… this would be it.

Maybe some of us shouldn’t write off the humanoid vampire so quickly. If there are so many and widely dispersed variations of vampire behavior, should we discount them as fiction so quickly?

By annimi

Ashley writes for Vampires.com, Werewolves.com, and other sites in the Darksites Network. She's involved in several seedy and disreputable activities, smokes too much, and spends her late nights procrastinating for work on her first novel.

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