ORLANDO, Fla. - Mega mosquitoes known as gallinippers could invade Central Florida this summer as flood waters from tropical storms force the larvae to hatch this hurricane season.
Entomologists at the University of Florida say the mosquitoes are 20 times the size of a typical mosquito, about the size of a quarter.
They also pack a painful bite, according to UF entomologist Phil Kaufman. He calls the species "notoriously aggressive."
The best way to protect against these super-sized mosquitoes is to wear bug spray with DEET and cover up as best as possible...
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