Mosquitoes are on the move due to climate change, and they could bring diseases
"Sharks have nothing on mosquitoes, the most dangerous predator humanity has ever known.
That’s the central message of historian Timothy Winegard’s new book, The Mosquito: A Human History of our Deadliest Predator.
“She has driven the course of human history across her existence right from the very beginning,” he said. “Wars have been won and lost as armies caught mosquito-borne diseases, genes like the one that causes sickle cell anemia have been introduced to protect people against malaria, and the bugs continue to spread misery around the world today."