Man Kills Thousands Of Mosquitoes Every Night Using This Genius Mechanism
A technically proven solution to get rid of deadly diseases...
What comes to your mind if I ask who the deadliest creatures on this planet are? You might think of sharks, right? But according to the World Health Organization, the innocent looking tiny mosquitoes are the behind millions of death happening around the world.
Malaria Borne Diseases
Malaria is one of the oldest known mosquito-borne diseases that reports around 300 to 500 million death cases every year. Other major common viruses spread due to mosquito bites include Zika virus, West Nile virus, Chikungunya virus, and dengue fever.
In order to cure these deadly diseases, some Electronic or photonic mosquito killers can be used. But they will work only when you are living in a very humid area where a large number of mosquitoes are ready to feast on your blood. And following this, you may be able to get rid of these large set of bugs provided that you have a huge industrial fan and a dog.
Well, that is what Dan Rojas of YouTube channel GreenPowerScience has concluded after a big research made on mosquitoes in a very humid place.
A Brilliant Plan
Rojas has put forward a brilliant way to trap such deadly mosquitoes by using High-powered industrial fans which costs around $100-300 online. These fans are capable enough to trap a large number of mosquitoes in just overnight.
He even placed a mesh screen across the mouth of the fan just to ensure that the bugs, pollen, leaves and other things don't get caught in the procedure. Because the machine is built with some rare-earth magnets which are powerful enough to resist the pull of the fan.
Now, there may be a question that how can a dog help kill mosquitoes, right?
Actually, Rojas has tested this mechanism on dogs and he has claimed that if the dog sleeps indoors at night while sitting in the cage between two industrial fans, they will not be bitten by dangerous mosquitoes.
Despite the fact that mosquitoes are attracted to the carbon dioxide exhaled by animals.
But, in case you do not have a dog, carbon dioxide coming from a slightly opened seltzer bottle will serve the purpose.
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