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Drought Conditions Creating ‘Super Mosquitoes’

(Austin, TX) — The drought in Central Texas is creating bigger and meaner mosquitoes. Researchers at the University of North Texas say the bugs are evolving to adapt to the dry conditions. They’re living longer, flying farther and biting more aggressively. The research team says cases of West Nile Virus could increase with these bigger mosquitoes.