This is the most beautiful mosquito in the world

The world’s most beautiful and colorful Sabbath mosquito is found in the forests of South and Central Africa, but can still spread dengue and yellow fever. Photo: Gill Wiesen

London: If you consider mosquitoes to be ugly and ugly, this is not true because there are peacock-like mosquitoes in South and Central America that look very beautiful. They are called Sabbath mosquitoes.

Its peacock-like bright colors are so beautiful that some refuse to consider it a traditional mosquito. It is found in the tropical forests of South and Central America. Colorful and delicate like peacocks on her feet make her more beautiful. In addition, the front two legs are no less beautiful and that is why this mosquito does not look away, but it is very difficult to come into the camera because the full beauty of the restless mosquito is hardly visible in the camera.

If there is a lack of light or even a slight movement of the sides, the mosquito will react. Well-known wildlife photographer Gil Wiesen says it’s impossible to take a close-up photo because it flies by looking at the camera. The camera even blinks and runs away from the flash.

But one of the characteristics of these mosquitoes is that they are not alone and fly together in a swarm or hover over your head. Scientists are trying to find out why the last mosquito is so beautiful and how it benefits them. Evolutionally, male mosquitoes may be attracted to females, but scientists have found that females are attracted to males even when they are removed from their legs. So far we have not been able to find out the secret.

It should be noted that there are currently 3,300 species of mosquitoes in the world, of which only females suck blood because they need nutrients and protein to produce their eggs. They also suck the sap of flowers.

But you don’t have to go to the Sabbath to be impressed by the beauty of mosquitoes because they are experts in spreading yellow fever and dengue.

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