Top 10 Myths about Bedbugs. The insects, making a comeback around the globe, cannot fly and are really not interested in hanging out on your body--but they do occasionally bite during the day
There's too much fluctuation in outdoor weather. While you could theoretically kill bed bugs by putting items in your freezer, it would be a bit impractical. You would need to ensure that your freezer is staying at or below 0 degrees Fahrenheit, and you would need to keep the items in there for at least 80 hours.
Can bed bugs travel from one house through your yard onto yours? Can the bed bugs hitch a ride on an animal, cat, mice etc and then they bring the bedbug over? They can also 'commute' 100' from where they live to their usual food source but again very uncommon and only if they -have- to.
Can bed bugs survive outside in summer or winter? I know why you ask this question. You wonder whether bed bugs can live under higher or very low temperatures. First, we need information about in what temperatures bed bugs will start dying to answer this question.
Bedbugs survive cold, but not for too long. Bedbugs have been spreading in many regions around the world, leaving people struggling to figure out how to get rid of the pests.
Yes. Bed bugs have a high cold tolerance. They can remain active at temperatures as low as 46 degrees Fahrenheit, and they can survive at even lower temperatures. They're able to lower the freezing point of their bodily fluids, allowing them to live in the cold for a few days.