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The Life Cycle of a Mosquito

by Bobbie Kalman

Series: Life Cycle

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0778706958, Paperback)

Ages 6 to 12 years. Mosquitoes have lived on Earth for over 30 million years! Close-up photographs and detailed illustrations depict the amazing changes a mosquito goes through in four stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Kids will enjoy reading about different species of mosquitoes and -- most importantly -- why they bite! Topics include: mosquito bodies and senses; where mosquitoes lay their eggs; the differences between male and female mosquitoes; the diseases mosquitoes transmit and how to avoid mosquito bites.

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Explains how mosquitoes evolve, how they live, and precautions to take to avoid getting bit.

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