Why do mosquitoes bite men more than women? The answer is hidden in science

Why do mosquitoes bite men more than women? The answer is hidden in science

There are many types of creatures living in the world. Some live in forests and some among humans. Some are very big and some are very small. Mosquitoes are counted only in these small creatures. Mosquitoes bite more in the summer season. But recently research came out in which it was found that mosquitoes bite men more than women. It doesn't happen because of some miracle. Nor is there any secret behind it. There is a scientific reason behind this.

If you think that women's blood is not sweet, or men's blood is sweeter, then you are wrong. Mosquitoes don't bite men just like that. It is not that men's blood is delicious. Or the blood of women is less tasty. Nor do mosquitoes have any particular enmity with men. There is a special reason behind this and today we are going to tell you this reason.

Now you know that mosquitoes bite men more. Now also know that why is this so? Actually, mosquitoes bite more people whose body emits more carbon dioxide. Mosquitoes are attracted to the carbon dioxide released from the body by breathing and sweating. During this, lactic acid and octanol also attract them. Women are cleaner than men. Men, soaked in sweat, start resting like this. Sweat dries up, but the smell of it attracts mosquitoes to them.

There is another interesting fact related to mosquitoes. Do you know that in these also a male mosquito bites someone, only a female mosquito can bite humans? That too when she is pregnant. The female mosquito extracts proteins from the human body's blood to help them grow their eggs. Eggs develop faster with this protein. That is if mosquitoes are biting you, that is, it is a female who is pregnant.

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From the herd of elephants, the baby elephant started drowning while crossing the river, see the mother's idea of saving the child

From the herd of elephants, the baby elephant started drowning while crossing the river, see the mother's idea of saving the child

Once she becomes a mother, the child is her whole world. A mother can do anything for the life and safety of her child. Even if he has to risk his own life for it. Nature has made the mother of every species like this. Which becomes like a protective shield for her child. There is no other beautiful relation on earth than this.

In a wildlife viral series, we show how an elephant did not care for her life to save her child drowning in the river. IFS Parveen Kaswan shared a video on her Twitter page, in which a young child from a herd of elephants crossing the river was staggered by a strong current and drowned, so the mother single-handedly took the initiative to save her.

The baby elephant started drowning after losing its balance in the strong current.
The video is from Nagarkata, Bengal. Where there is not one or two but a big herd of elephants, who were seen crossing the river Tej Dhar together. The elephant is currently the largest animal on earth. In such a situation, the river's edge cannot harm him, so everyone easily went across the river, but there was also a child of an elephant in the herd. who was still very young. His feet got uprooted in the strong current of water, yet even after wishing, he could not regain his balance. So the mother saved her by risking her life.

Seeing the child drowning, the mother saved him by risking the zone
Seeing the child drowning after losing balance, the mother became alert. She immediately left the herd and started looking for a way to save the child. For a long time, she kept trying to help him get back on his feet. But the flow of the river was so fast that such a thing was not possible. As long as that elephant supported the child, he would go away in the next wave. In such a situation, no way was found, then the mother picked up the child in her trunk and somehow brought it to the shore. moved towards

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