Researchers at the National Museum of Natural History discovered that a kind of bird-biting mosquito has crossbred with one that prefers humans, a development that might have aided the rapid spread of the West Nile virus across the United States. | Harper's Magazine

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Researchers at the National Museum of Natural History discovered that a kind of bird-biting mosquito has crossbred with one that prefers humans, a development that might have aided the rapid spread of the West Nile virus across the United States.

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Researchers at the National Museum of Natural History discovered that a kind of bird-biting mosquito has crossbred with one that prefers humans, a development that might have aided the rapid spread of the West Nile virus across the United States.

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