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Researcher gets 15.000 mosquito bites per year for feeding them [Video]
posted June 7 2012 8:06.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Entomologists who work with mosquitoes need a colony of mosquitoes (of course) to maintain their research. Breeding mosquitoes is not a big deal, but feeding them... this is whole another story... District entomologists Ph.D. Steve Schutz is the lucky volunteer for the job! He offers his arm everyday for the mosquitoes to feast on his blood! Dr. Schutz gets some 300 bites per week, that is more than 15.000 bites a year! Dr. Schutz has become immunized to mosquito bites. You may consider doing the same thing yourselves if the summer bites really annoy your summer vacations!



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