Researchers have found that mosquitoes use a complex system of visual, olfactory, and thermal methods to track their human targets, such as sensing exhaled carbon dioxide or pursuing body heat emissions, all of which render the usual methods of repelling insects relatively ineffective against these biting pests. What do you think?


“Big deal. I can drive a car while eating hamburgers.”

Ken Stuckey • Showroom Greeter

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“That sounds a lot more sophisticated than how I prey upon humans.”

Bruno Pickett • Unemployed

“Would it help if I drained all those stagnant pools of water on my property?”

Kelsey Rawls • Box Distributor