Mosquitoes – The Deadliest Animals!

Have you ever wondered which the deadliest animal in the world is? Well, you might say its snakes, sharks, crocodile etc., but the answer depends on your definition of dangerous. Hence, based on the number of humans that are killed every year, the answer is – Mosquitoes!

Yes, mosquitoes!

They are the most deadly animals on earth. It might just seem unbelievable that something so minute can kill so many people, but it’s true. Millions of deaths result due to mosquito bites every year!

What makes mosquitoes so dangerous?

They are considered dangerous because they carry fatal diseases, worst one being malaria followed by diseases like dengue, encephalitis, zika virus, yellow fever to name a few. They carry a parasite which is the main cause of deadly diseases. This virus is carried by female mosquitoes of the Anopheles genus.

When mosquitoes bite an infected person, they transmit the malarial virus and the chain of infection continues as they keep biting person to person. Malaria is transmitted through blood.

How do they spread the virus?

Mosquitoes bite people to feed on blood which allows them to produce eggs. While feeding, the mosquito pierces through the skin like a needle and hence injects the saliva into the skin. This causes the disease causing virus to spread in the body. So, always prevent getting bitten by a mosquito!

And you thought sharks are more dangerous? It’s the mosquitoes – their tiniest bite is the deadliest bite!

Mosquitoes love monsoon season, hence this season is their major attraction. They breed the most in moist and humid temperatures, making your life troublesome.

These troublesome creatures transmit a lot of fatal diseases like malaria, chikungunya, dengue etc., to name a few. Pest control in Bangalore, pest control in Pune and pest control services in Chennai are the most common as urban lifestyles give way to a lot of pest problems.

The risk of mosquito borne diseases is very high in humid areas hence; mosquito infestation is very high during monsoons.

Few Mosquito borne diseases causes are :

•Malaria

•Dengue

•Chikungunya

•Yellow Fever

•Zika

Read this to know more about the mosquito borne diseases its causes and prevention!

The three most common types of mosquitoes that you will find roaming in your house this monsoon are:

•Aedes Mosquitoes

•Culex Mosquitoes

•Anopheles Mosquito

Preventing yourself from these deadly mosquitoes is the first step towards disease prevention and leading a healthy life. Choose Hicare for eliminating mosquitoes from your house as Hicare uses the EPK method to safeguard your home from deadly mosquitoes. EPK method is :

Exclusion of all breeding sources

Prevention of larva formation

Killing of adult mosquitoes

So, are you ready to fight the deadly monster?

Get a Pest control done in your home every couple of months to ensure your home is free of any mosquito eggs, especially this monsoon season. Hicare offers one of the best pest solutions for homes and commercial premises.

If you wish to take any further advice or a quick visit by our expert technician, call us on 39889988 or visit www.hicare.in to contact us!

Let’s get together and stop the deadly killer and win our battle against mosquitoes, TODAY!

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