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Mosquitoes are a global issue that impact both human and animal health. There is no way to avoid them as they have adapted
themselves in every environment, from deserts to the arctic circle. However there are more than 3,000 species of mosquitoes
all with different preferences for what gives them their protein fix - nectar or blood. Females need more protein to produce eggs
and are the only ones that will drink human and animal blood — both providing an excellent source of protein for the next generation.
Mosquitoes can be found everywhere around the world ranging from oases in desert, to areas up north with a tundra environment where water stored
in massive lakes freeze solid during the winter months. The important factors that all mosquitoes need to survive are two things: standing water & a
source of food.
Mosquitoes have been around for 210 million years, and they don’t travel far from the place where they were hatched. Their sole
purpose is to produce more mosquitoes—a female can lay 500 eggs before she dies! In fact, during each egg cycle, a female can lay up to 100 eggs and
when they hatch, they will be full-grown adults in just over 7 days.
Mosquitoes are pesky little creatures, and they're pretty difficult to get rid of on your own. Luckily for you, there's a few things
that can help! You could try using mosquito repellents which come in different forms such as lotions or sprays. If those don't work then
be sure to trim the lawns so it isn't long enough to create breading grounds. Additionally you'll want to get rid of any stagnant pools
of water, this is where mosquitoes lay eggs around your home-this will reduce
reproduction rates by preventing them from laying their eggs.
Mosquitoes can make life miserable sometimes with how hard it is to kill one without a professional - but luckily Thrive Pest Control has some incredible
treatments that will knock the mosquitoes off of their feet and save your summer from itchy after parties & potentially trips to the hospital.
Did we just say hospital? Yep, mosquitoes are the most dangerous animal on earth. I know what you are thinking, how could a little bug be so dangerous?
in simple terms, they spread diseases from one person/animal to another. Mosquitoes have changed history, halted massive armies in their tracks, and sent many
to an early grave. Although you or your loved ones are unlikely to die from a mosquito bite, they still can pass diseases that can be a pain and a burden on
your life. The easiest way to ensure that your family enjoys an itch free & hospital free summer is to create a protective barrier around your home & property
with professional pest control.
Before we wrap up this piece on mosquitoes, there are a couple of things that you can try at home that will give you an advantage over your neighbors, friends, or
Mosquitoes do have a preference with who they bite. For example, if you are wearing high contrasting clothes, you are more likely to be bit. Additionally, if you are
wearing black or a darker color, you are less likely to be bit but more likely to attract mosquitoes who have already bitten someone else. This is because mosquitoes
prefer a dark warm spot to digest the blood that they have just eaten.