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Mosquitoes Smell, Then See What They Bite

New research shows how mosquitoes have become so good at finding hosts, like us, for their bloody meals. "I'm sure we've all swatted thousands of mosquitoes in our lifetime but probably haven't thought too much about what their little brains are actually doing," says Michael Dickinson, who has developed a profound appreciation for these tiny insects after studying them for several years at the California Institute of Technology. He teamed up with researchers at...

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