Dangerous Creatures – A Visit To The CDC Insectary (5:48)

Dangerous Creatures – A Visit To The CDC Insectary

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This video for young people ages 8 to 12, takes viewers to CDC′s insectary, where they learn from CDC researchers about mosquitoes and malaria. See how mosquitoes are bred and used in tests to determine if they are becoming resistant to the insecticides used in nets and spray to prevent malaria. CDC’s malaria expertise and global partnerships have helped save millions of children’s lives.

Release Date: 10/29/2012
Source: Center for Global Health

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