The research revealed the result. It has been learned that mosquitoes approach people with fast carbon dioxide and chemical production more. 

The results of the research on mosquitoes by experts from the Japan Pest Control Institute were published in the scientific journal Journal of Medical Entomology.

Experts say that the chemicals secreted by humans also play a role in the preference of mosquitoes.

According to the Huffington Post, Prof. Jonathan F. Day, an entomologist at the University of Florida, said that while more studies on blood types are needed, there are some factors that determine mosquitoes' preference for certain people.

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THE AMOUNT OF CARBON DIOXIDE PRODUCED IS ATTRACTIVE TO MOSQUITOES

According to Prof. Day, the mosquitoes are guided to their blood source by human cues. "The most important cue is carbon dioxide. The amount of carbon dioxide you produce makes you a more attractive target for mosquitoes. Those with a fast metabolism excrete more carbon dioxide." 

MOSQUITOES CAN DISTINGUISH LIVING BEINGS FROM NON-LIVING BEINGS

On the other hand, given that cars, for example, also produce carbon dioxide, the question arises as to how mosquitoes distinguish humans from inanimate objects. 

According to Prof. Day, "secondary cues" come into play in this case. Lactic acid secreted during exercise is one of the secondary cues.

Lactic acid secreted through the skin makes people a target for mosquitoes. Mosquitoes also have the ability to detect other secondary cues. 

Providing information about the secondary signs used by mosquitoes, Day said:

"Mosquitoes have excellent eyesight. But they fly low to avoid the wind. They can pick you out from far away. You are more likely to be noticed in dark clothes. Those wearing light-colored clothes are less likely to be targets."

Tactile cues also play a role in mosquitoes' preferences. In this respect, it is pointed out that body temperature, which varies according to genetic and physiological differences, is very important and that these animals prefer areas where blood is closer to the skin.

In other words, those with a slightly higher body temperature are more likely to be bitten.

0 BLOOD GROUP IS TWICE AS LIKELY TO BE BITTEN!

It was revealed that those with blood type "0" are about twice as likely to be bitten by mosquitoes compared to those with blood type "A".

Those with blood type B were in between the "0" and "A" group.