Summertime Buzz in the Everglades is all about Mosquitos!

Summrtime buzz in the everglades all about mosquitos!
August 21, 2013
Of all the animals in Everglades National Park with a bite to be avoided — alligators, panthers, pythons — only one is nearly impossible to escape.  Mosquitoes are so thick in this unusually wet, humid summer, park employees sometimes don full bug-suits just to walk the few yards from the parking lot to the office.  Now the park’s reputation as one of the world’s best breeding grounds as a group of Yale students have found out under the direction of Dr. Durland Fish, Professor at the Yale School of Public Health and the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.  For full article please click here.

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