Mosquitoes: How Climate Change Increases Populations of the World’s Deadliest Animal

Between malaria and a long list of other diseases, mosquitoes are responsible for a million global deaths per year, making mosquitoes the most deadly animal in the world. And due to climate change, among other factors, mosquito populations are on the rise. On this episode of The Sweaty Penguin, explore what threats mosquitoes present, why their populations are increasing, and what we might be able to do about it. With special guest Dr. Amanda Tokash-Peters, Assistant Professor of Biology at Centenary University.