Many mosquitoes – harmless and otherwise – serve an important biological purpose. They can help pollinate plants as they feed on nectar (their usual food source, outside of that crucial blood meal period) and provide a vital source of food for larger animals.
Many mosquitoes – harmless and otherwise – serve an important biological purpose. They can help pollinate plants as they feed on nectar (their usual food source, outside of that crucial blood meal period) and provide a vital source of food for larger animals. Kevin Frayer Getty Images
Many mosquitoes – harmless and otherwise – serve an important biological purpose. They can help pollinate plants as they feed on nectar (their usual food source, outside of that crucial blood meal period) and provide a vital source of food for larger animals. Kevin Frayer Getty Images

Seriously, why can’t we just get rid of all the mosquitoes?

August 15, 2016 10:00 AM