From where does these tiny monsters, start to appear in evening?
Your day goes fine, but as soon as the evening starts, mosquitoes start to appear out of nowhere, as if they come from some other dimension.
Ever wonder, where they come from suddenly, and where they hide during the day time?
More and more people in my area are experiencing the presence of mosquitoes at their homes, and as soon the sun begins to set, I start to hear numerous electric crackling sounds from my neighborhood.
The sound is nothing but of the electric racket that is used to kill the mosquitoes with electric shock.
So, in a way most of my neighbours start with the hunting of mosquitoes practice as soon as sun says goodbye.
But where the hell does these blood sucking creatures hide in the morning?
These one of the most annoying insects of the summer, look for shelter places, such as holes/spaces in the ground/walls/trees, they also quite love to use the structures that humans buid for themselves, such as: basements, barns, culverts under roads, in closets, under the bed, or any other dark places where they expect to be undisturbed.
What makes mosquitoes choose us as their victims is primarily carbon dioxide from our breath, as well as lactic acid, which smells our sweat.
It is said mosquitoes get attracted to sweet-blooded people. Mosquito receptors are particularly sensitive to these stimuli and with the help of which they can tell if the person is sweet-blooded or not.
Mosquitoes need human blood to develop their eggs, which is why females are responsible for the annoying stings.
The place where they puncture is selected based on body temperature and the skin's "aromas".
I have already shared some easy tricks that you can follow to repel mosquitoes naturally at home. To check that post - Click Here
I've also shared the same with my friends in my area and asked them to spread these mosquitoes repellent DIY tips to as many people as possible to help them have a good night sleep.
So be sure to check the above link as it could help you too, and also don't forget to share the same with your friends.