Friday, November 21, 2014

LARGE AGRESSIVE WINTER MOSQUITO SIGHTED IN MINNESOTA


JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE TO GO OUTSIDE AT DUSK,  A HARDY RARE WINTER MOSQUITO HAS HATCHED, ONE WITH EXPOSED "PARTS"....

BRIDGE PORT

Winter mosquito shown with "testicles"



Minnesota has long been known for it's mosquito population during the Summer months.  They are somewhat larger than their cousins in many of the lower forty-eight states and in most cases, more aggressive.
Most mosquitoes die during the first frost, leaving behind eggs that will hatch in the warm wet Spring.  This year appears to be different.
Wilbur Ding, 49, of Bridge Port told OFF THE WALL NEWS he was shoveling snow from his sidewalk last evening and uncovered a frozen hollow log.  He went to pick up the log and heard a buzzing sound coming from inside the log.  In the next seconds two large mosquitoes emerged and immediately attacked Ding leaving welts on his face before flying off gorged with his blood. "One of them was definitely a male," he said.  When asked how he knew, he blushed and answered, "That guy had a pair, visible to the naked eye!" 
Wilbur Ding survived mosquito attack

Ding was treated by his wife before catching a plane to Cancun where he sent OFF THE WALL NEWS a thumbs up picture.  Authorities in Bridge Port are warning people to cover up any exposed skin when venturing out doors.  "These hearty mosquitoes mean business!" Mayor Ben Dover said in a safety message to snow lovers.  Local insect police have been put on alert.

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