Although mosquitoes are not poisonous, they are still deadly because they carry disease such as the West Nile Virus over distances from one person to another, transferring them directly into the blood stream. Mosquitoes cause thousands of deaths every day in Africa alone.
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Technically, no, mosquitoes are not poisonious. However, considering that they are a common carrier for diseases (such as West Nile), a mosquitoe bite can be deadly.
Also don’t forget that mosquitoes are the number on transmitter of the deadly Malaria virus. Although it is not a problem in the US and most of the developed world, between one and three million people die A YEAR from this easily curable disease, the majority of which are children in Africa.
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