Where does it live?
The guinea worm was found in 4 countries in Africa in 2012, Chad, Ethiopia, Mali, and South Sudan. The water is the place were the guinea worm is consumed. People who drink the water consume the fleas that have the larvae (the young worm) in them soon blister out of the skin.
How does it feed?
The guinea worm feeds on the blood cells of all organisms. In humans, the guinea worm enters through your mouth and swims through the bloodstream to the foot.
How does the guinea worm reproduce?
The guinea worm needs a human host to reproduce.
What are the hosts that the guinea worm prey?
Particularly, humans but many other organisms are preyed upon.