Do Mosquitoes Like You Too Much?
- 7 Months ago
Are you being bitten by mosquitoes while the person sitting next to you doesn't even notice them? What is it that you have that is attracting the mosquitoes to you and not to your neighbor? Mosquitoes, female mosquitoes specifically, do not bite you for food. They need human blood to fertilize their eggs. So how do they find you? There are certain signals that we send which attracts them to us. Read more to find out what these signals are:
1. Carbon-di-oxide: Mosquitoes are attracted to carbon-di-oxide. So, the more carbon-di-oxide you give out, the more mosquitoes bite you. This could be the reason for adults and large people being bitten more often than children.