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High temps; tropical climates make for Zika hotbed: Reports

It’s still far too early to tell what exactly drove the Zika virus to become so vicious, however, it is now certain that tropical climate areas with rising temps are more prone to the mosquito born virus. According to Gizmodo, mosquitoes thrive in hotter temps ultimately making them more hungry than usual.

Experts aren’t quite sure how to classify the outbreak just yet, while, others say it isn’t safe as of this point to classify it just by the fact that tropical temps are hot beds for hungry mosquitoes.

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