How does a mosquito get its food?


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Actually, the female mosquitos suck out human blood only for egg production.

All mosquitos rely on sugar as their main source of energy. So both male and female mosquitoes need to feed on plant nectar, fruit juices and liquids that ooze from plants. THAT is how they get food.

Blood is merely used for reproduction.

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