It is possible to find mosquitoes in almost every part of the world except in the places where it is extremely cold or where it is very dry. During the summer, it is almost certain that you can find many mosquitoes near swamps, pounds, and lakes.
Mosquitoes have an interesting life cycle. The female mosquito bites a person or animal in order to get some blood. She needs it before she can lay her eggs in the water. Second, she flies to an area of water and deposits her eggs in the water.In a few days the eggs open and the baby mosquitoes, called larva, come out. In a short time, they will mature and fly away.
It is interesting to note that only the female will bite for blood. She has a special mouth which can go into an animal’s skin or a person’s skin. On the other hand, the male mosquito can only drink plant juice with his mouth.