Scientists Finally Know Why Mosquitoes Bite Some People More Than Others – Mystery Revealed

Well, this might come as a surprise, but mosquitoes primarily feed on nectar, the natural juices of various plants, and fruit juices, and in fact, the male mosquito does not bite animal hosts at all, sticking to an all-vegan diet that compliments his modern yoga-fueled lifestyle.

Male mosquitoes it turns out are rather peaceful individuals and have no wish to harm any

other living beings, content to gather all their sustenance from fruits and plants. See you at the smoothie bar Mr. Mosquito.

Female mosquitoes, on the other hand, are hellbent, rampant, bloodthirsty succubi that kill in the millions all in the name of procreation. That’s because before a female mosquito can lay her eggs, she needs to obtain proteins only found in the blood of animals.

When a daddy mosquito loves a mommy mosquito very much, he gifts her a package of sperm

which she holds on to in order to develop eggs, and then the mommy mosquito flies away to drink the blood of dozens of innocent victims, leaving a trail of death and destruction in her wake. Many human relationships follow a similar pattern.

Only by acquiring fresh blood can her body get the proteins that she can’t get from plant nectar which in turn allows her to rapidly develop a brood of eggs, which she then fertilizes with the male’s sperm package.

While the exact process varies depending on species of mosquito- because nature hates you and wants you to know it so of course there’s more than one species- ultimately the female will find a source of water or moisture in order to deposit her eggs.

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