Billboard mimics human sweat to entrap Zika-carrying mosquitoes

The agencies, Posterscope and NBS, expelled a installation's technical blueprint online and are encouraging other companies and cities to build their own. It costs around $192 to make one of these billboards. Dr. Chris Jackson, a pest control expert from a University of Southampton, told a BBC which anything which can revoke a prevalence of Zika-carrying mosquitoes is a great thing. The Zika virus continues to threaten a health of pregnant women and their babies in Brazil, after all -- a CDC even confirmed which it causes severe birth defects, together with microcephaly. He warns, however, which these types of installations might be more befitting for low-density locations. "[O]therwise," he said, "you're pulling in hungry mosquitoes and providing them with unprotected human flesh."

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