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mosquito is a deadly killer in some countries.


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Mosquito is the same in Spanish as it is in English.same MOSQUITO!!!!

because they catch mosquito and other harmful insect in there web them

Mosquitoes eggs and larva are laid and live in stagnant water.

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mosquito is the same in english and spanishhay un mosquito!!there is a mosquito!!thanks hope that helped :P

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