Mosquito hurricane in Argentina

Mosquito hurricane in Argentina

The Argentine media reported a strange incident in the province of Buenos Aires. A whirlwind of mosquitoes.

Mosquito hurricane does not exist as a phenomenon. What happened was a big hurricane. Only a cloud of mosquitoes can be an unusual fact, but taking the form of a hurricane is even more tragic.

The bizarre incident was filmed by drivers traveling on Route 74, which connects General Madriaga with Pinamar in the province of Buenos Aires.

It is a harmless insect that breeds in “clusters” that form several meters away from the earth. The Atlantic coast where the episode took place was hit by a massive attack of mosquitoes in the next few days Several days of good rainfall and high temperatures accumulate, ideal conditions for expansion.

“It’s getting bigger, I’ve never seen anything like it in my life,” says one driver who recorded the phenomenon using his cell phone, and then responded on social networks to the amazement of users.

A biologist on “hurricanes.” He pointed out that, unlike the dengue mosquitoes that mate in pairs, this species reproduces in groups that come several meters away from the earth.

“Eggs take a year to wait for the earth to flood. Once the larvae are born, at that temperature within 5 or 6 days they turn into pupae and within 48 hours they turn into mosquitoes. Men and women are born within the first 24 hours.

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