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The Hellish Ball of Mosquitoes

Posted on May 14, 2012 by team

Huge clouds of mosquitoes arranged a hellish ball yesterday in a village Mikoltsy near Myadel, Belarus.

The mosquitoes emitted so loud sounds that even cars could not be heard.

Such activity of mosquitoes is probably caused by the weather. Luckily they didn’t sting.


Location: Mikoltsy

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11 Responses to “The Hellish Ball of Mosquitoes”

  1. randomBoy says:

    Start to use some chemicals. Because or such behavioure it is unnormal to be outside in Druskininkai (Lithuania) in summer days. Nothing could be made in our side because mosquitos are coming from Belarus ;)

  2. Ty-ty says:

    i wonder why Environment Protection Agency, Health Minister of Belarus dont care about possible catastrophe unfolding, – formed mosquitoes dengue clusters! Did they ever heard of trhing called FUMIGATION??!

  3. greg says:

    They didn’t sting because they’re midges, or as they’re known in Canada and the northern united states, Canadian soldiers.

    You can tell by the two fuzzy antenna sticking out of their head as displayed in the 4-6 picture down.

  4. Y5K says:

    I’ve been told that the most successful and thriving species on Earth in present era is insects, not human.

  5. nicolas from France says:

    Nice place for holidays, mutated mosquitos from Belarus can be a good experience

  6. belzebub says:

    I say nuke’em from the orbit – that’s the only way to be sure..

  7. jeffrey pigden says:

    Those are Chernobyl skitters!

  8. Mr. Fatty says:

    Flame throwers.

  9. Holly Tuten says:

    Those are not mosquitoes. Those are flies related to mosquitoes, they’re called “midges” and they do not bite. Additionally, those are all males in the pictures so even if they were mosquitoes (which they’re not) they wouldn’t bite. Only female mosquitoes bite. You can learn more about chironomid midges here: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Pest-Control-1500/2009/4/Tiny-flying-insects.htm

  10. pictsidhe says:

    If they were Russian mosquitoes, the ground would be littered with bloodless bodies. The midges we have in the UK do bite, but are much smaller. Our mosquitoes are pathetic next to most others, though.

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