I sometimes see stubs of stories at certain websites. Little teasers trying to get readers in. I saw: Huge Florida mosqu. . . and immediately thought of Huge Florida mosques, right? Wrong we are:
The coming of huge Florida mosquitoes has become a trending topic on major search engines this weekend, as the CS Monitor reported this Saturday, March 9, that a type of giant mosquito — known as a gallinipper — may be invading the Sunshine State this summer if the warm season is too rainy.
Under the headline, “Huge Florida mosquitoes: Monster insects set to strike Florida”, sources report that a breed of “monster” mosquitos, called gallinippers, may be making their way to the southern state in the next few months. Called by University of Florida entomologist Phil Kaufman as one of the most ferocious insects, bigger than the size of a quarter , and with a bite that’s been described as being stabbed, these giant mosquitoes are certainly insects to watch out for.
What a disgusting creature. . .