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Invasive Asian mosquito species threatens African cities – Bangkok Post

WASHINGTON: A species of mosquito originally from Asia threatens to put tens of millions of city-dwellers in Africa at higher risk of catching malaria as the invading insect spreads throughout the continent, a study said Monday.
Malaria — which killed 400,000 people in 2018, mainly children in Africa — is caused by parasites that roughly 40 mosquito species spread among humans when they feed.
The Anopheles gambiae group of mosquito species are the main drivers of malaria’s spread in Africa, …

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