One bad thing about living in the South is having to deal with the presence of mosquitoes in the Summer.
Contrary to what some people might have you believe, they do not exist merely around bodies of water or standing water. They fly everywhere and anywhere they can.
Mosquitoes are ubiquitous in the South, from what I can tell. To my own knowledge, they’re usually more active at evening and during the night.
So mosquito repellent, whether in the form of a spray or a candle, is highly recommended should you choose to visit the South.
An interesting bit of trivia that I’ve heard is that the it is primarily or solely female mosquitoes that suck blood. I don’t know if this holds true for all species or not.
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