In some parts of the world there are centipedes, e.g., Scutigera, which habitually live inside houses and other buildings, usually in slightly damp places such as cellars and basements. These so called House Centipedes, which generally grow to about 3 cm long, differ from other centipedes in having very long, delicate legs (usually 15 pairs) with the hind pair extremely long and thin. They also have very long antennae and compound eyes (typical centipedes have a clump of simple eyes on each side of the head). In warm climates they can survive outside, living in caves and rocky places. They are very fast runners and prey on flies, cockroaches and other insects. House Centipedes can inflict a slightly painful bite, although they rarely seem to bite humans.
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