Why You Never See Mosquitoes at Disney World

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Why You Never See Mosquitoes at Disney World

Great article about the methods Disney uses to keep mosquitos away from the Parks and property!

https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/article/this-is-why-you-never-see-mosquitoes-at-disney-world/ar-AAEULel?ocid=sf

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It's because the mosquitoes know everyone has already been bled dry...

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wdwizbest wrote:
It's because the mosquitoes know everyone has already been bled dry...

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Interesting info, I would love that garlic spray for my back yard!!

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wdwizbest wrote:
It's because the mosquitoes know everyone has already been bled dry...

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But there is plenty of standing water in the parks when it rains though.

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Mandy wrote:
But there is plenty of standing water in the parks when it rains though.

When I was a little girl I used to be fascinated with the custodians that would come through with giant squeegees and move the rainwater towards the drains. I though that playing in the water like that must be one of the best jobs in the world, and I was always very upset that no one did that in our streets at home.