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Well, here we go again. It’s spring and just on its heels, will be summer. The rainy season gives way to hot days and warm evenings. The tall spring grasses are full of dampness – and thousands of pesky mosquitoes. For a bit of mosquito trivia, read on. The word “mosquito” means “little fly”. They have two wings that have scales and weigh just 1/25,000 of an ounce. Their head has sensors that detect heat and a long mouth that pierces the skin of its prey. Their legs are much longer than a fly. The mosquito lurks around mostly at dusk and is attracted to dark colors and mammal flesh. Only the females bite and therefore, transmit disease. They are responsible for more human deaths than any oth

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