Let’s trap mosquitos in the enviromental friendly way in six simple steps
- Cut 1,5l bottle,
- Mix 200 ml warm water with 50g of brown sugar,
- When the mixture cool down, add in 1g of yeast (you don’t need to stir),
- Invert the bottle top into the bottle,
- Wrap it with newspapers (mosquitos love dark places)
- Place it in the dark corner, and wait for your preys!
See the magic and get rid of the mosquitos.
Did you know that:
- The word “mosquito” (formed by mosca and diminutive ito) is Spanish for “little fly”.
- Mosquitos attack and even some kinds of fish
- In the bloodsucking species, only the females suck blood.
- The average mosquito lifespan is less than two months. Males have the shortest lives, usually 10 days or less, and females can live about six to eight weeks, under ideal conditions. The females lay eggs about every three days during that time. Females of species that hibernate may live up to six months.
- Bug zappers are useless against mosquitoes. Studies have shown that less than 1 percent of the insects killed by zappers are mosquitoes or other biting insects. The devices attract and kill beneficial or harmless insects, like moths, and have no effect on the overall mosquito population. Electronic repellers have also proven ineffective in scientific testing.
- Mosquito traps can kill thousands of mosquitoes in a single night.