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Foreclosed homes breed army of mosquitos
When homeowners leave behind foreclosed homes, their swimming pools can quickly turn into mosquito factories, churning out millions of the little winged blood suckers.
Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 12:47 PM
Here's a side effect of the housing market crash that most of us don't think about -- an explosion in the mosquito population.
is a new documentary about the subprime lending debacle. Here's a clip from the movie that shows what happens when pools behind foreclosed homes turn into potent mosquito breeding grounds. It's not pretty.
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