study-shows-that-mosquito-brains-record-human-odor-through-sweat-in-order-for-them-to-find-humans

Mosquitoes looking for a blood meal utilize several cues to locate us, including our body heat and carbon dioxide in our breath.
According to new research, a specific olfactory receptor in their antennae also serves as a human detector, responding to smelly chemicals in our sweat

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