May 18, 2016

Some interesting facts about mosquito

Mosquitoes are the insects who are universally hated the world over. These pesky, disease-carrying pests make a living by sucking the blood out of just about anything that moves, including us.

Like other insects, mosquitoes lay their eggs in water and hatch from eggs and go through several stages in order to become adults. The females lay their eggs in water. After hatching their  larva and pupa stages completed  entirely in the water. Once pupa changes into adults, they leave the water and become full-fledged flying insects. Their life cycle varies from one to several weeks depending on the species, temperature, and food availability.

Some interesting facts about mosquitoes. 

1. Mosquitoes have been since the Jurassic period 

2. Mosquitoes are the deadliest animal

3. Mosquitoes don't have tooth

 4. Mosquioto sucks blood thrice of its own weight

 5. Female mosquitoes lay upto 300 eggs at a time

 6. Mosquito lifespan is less than 2 months

7. Mosquitoes do not transmit HIV/AIDS 

8. Dark clothing attracts mosquitoes

Mosquitoes attack mostly when you are sleeping in night. So, you must know the importance of mosquito net which has the only aim to provide protection against mosquitoes, even flies and insects which causes multiple diseases for example malaria, dengue, encephalitis and yellow fever, etc.

How to protect from mosquitoes or mosquito bites?

Might be you are still experiencing the redness, the swelling and the unbearable itching due to mosquito bites. Therefore, to keep mosquitoes away from your skin, you need to keep your residential places always neat and clean, like
  • Always use dustbin and keep cleaning it regularly.
  • Clearing bushy areas around your homes.
  • Do not store the garbage or wastage water for long hours near your residence.
  • Do make good water to drainage to avoid stagnant water, otherwise it will be more likely to invite mosquitoes with honor and respect.
Apart this you may also wish to choose your best mosquito repellent to keep yourself from mosquitoes or their bites. As malaria and other diseases are communicated by the bite of mosquitoes, eventually causes higher risk of death in children and new born babies.

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