30242, I read that some tiny ones like that do burrow into or out of the skin.
Hookworms do -- and when people walk barefoot outside, they tiny larvea burrow into the bottoms of your feet. You feel a burning at the soles of the feet when they burrow through the skin.
Hookworms are especially prevalant in the Southern part of the United States, but I suspect they have adapted to most of other nearby states like Pennsylvania and NY, etc.-- and hatch during the Summer months.
once, as a kid- I was dusting off a cushion covered bench, and noticed a tiny clear worm crawling out from the cushion. So nothing surprises me.
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