A thermal image from a sunlit patch of grass in Central Park in New York: Mosquitos seek out heat to help them find blood. Researchers are examining the molecular mechanisms behind this behavior.
A thermal image from a sunlit patch of grass in Central Park in New York: Mosquitos seek out heat to help them find blood. Researchers are examining the molecular mechanisms behind this behavior. Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Behavior at The Rockefeller University
A thermal image from a sunlit patch of grass in Central Park in New York: Mosquitos seek out heat to help them find blood. Researchers are examining the molecular mechanisms behind this behavior. Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Behavior at The Rockefeller University

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