Plans to spread killer mosquitoes in the United States
In order to prevent various mosquito-borne diseases in the United States, genetically different mosquitoes have been bred and released in the state of Florida.
According to the international website, the United States has developed a genetically different breed of mosquito, which has been released in the state of Florida to eradicate dangerous mosquitoes.
The project aims to prevent the spread of common mosquito-borne diseases such as the Zika virus.
According to experts, mosquitoes cause many serious diseases, including dengue, Zika, chicken pox, malaria and yellow fever. Pesticides are widely used in the United States, so mosquitoes are now more resistant to these drugs, which is why a genetically different mosquito has been created.
The mosquito has already been tested in various places, including Panama and Brazil.
In the first phase of the project, 12,000 genetically different mosquitoes will be released each week in Florida, numbering 144,000.
The eggs of these mosquitoes have been laid at 3 different places from which the mosquitoes will come out this week. The goal of this mosquito is to reduce the population of mosquitoes that cause diseases and to prevent the spread of diseases.