5 Mosquitos and Insects in Siberia

Mosquitos and Insects in Siberia

Posted on September 1, 2015 by tim

If you have never thought about how many mosquitos and other hostile-to-human insects there are in Siberia, this video will be an eye opener!

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5 Responses to “Mosquitos and Insects in Siberia”

  1. petrohof says:

    those are just honey bees, not uncommon anywhere

  2. JBDragon says:

    That’s a lot of bees. Is that a setup? Someone dumb a queen and a hive this that vehicle?

  3. Darius says:

    These are not bees, these are horse-flies – biting and blood-sucking insects that resemble “monster size” flies. More preciselly these are the “pale giant horse-flies” (Tabanus bovinus). Bees have “hair” on a part of their body and legs and they have a bit different shape of the head and wings. The bee wings are ussually more prolonged shape, and often have more of the dark brown color comparing to flies wings that are more grey/white. In a better quality video close up or a photo you could clearly see the difference.

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