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If you live in Colorado, you should know that there are many different varieties of stinging insects. There are a variety of different bees, hornets, wasps and yellow jackets that sting, but they all have different triggers to make them do so. You will want to know the difference while you are out and about this summer enjoying yourself, whether it be hiking, picnicking, swimming, sports, barbecues or just simply relaxing.
Many are realizing that there is far more to the bite of a mosquito than just a red, itchy, swollen welt. Mosquitoes are responsible for carrying and transmitting several very dangerous and even deadly diseases. In fact, Bill Gates compiled a list of the world’s 15 deadliest animals, and mosquitoes ranked number one! Numero Uno! The most deadly in the world. This research was based on the official number of human deaths per year and not on an animal’s ability to cause immediate physical bodily harm. Per year, mosquitoes kill more people worldwide than the other 14 combined! This data should make us all stand up and take notice.
When you think of a dangerous pest that can cause life changing health consequences for you and your family, your mind may go to a wild, rabid raccoon stalking you in your backyard or even to an overly angry wasp hunting you down because you dared walk near their nest. But, did you know that one of the most dangerous pests to have living in large numbers on your property is tiny and can easily be squashed? That’s right! One of the most dangerous pests found attacking people and pets is the tiny mosquito! EnviroPest wants to provide you with the information you need to help protect your family and to prevent these tiny terrors from choosing your property to live and breed on.
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