Where Do Mosquitoes Live?

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Mosquitoes usually live around areas that have still waters like ponds and on aquatic plants. They usually live in all regions of the world except Antarctica. They are active for one year in the humid tropical and warm regions and they usually hibernate over winter in the temperate regions.
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Some live on land and some live in water. Turtles, crocodiles and some snakes live in the water. Basically it depends on what type of reptile it is. Look here for more information:
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Most species of Angelfish live in the Amazon River located in South America. A couple of species live in the Rio Negro. They can also be found in slow moving river and grassy ponds
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Ticks like to stay in the wooded areas of the Rocky Mountains, but can be found pretty much anywhere across the U.S. They like to wait for their next meal by hiding in the tall grass
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Mosquitoes live and breed anywhere they can find moisture. They love tall grasses, weeds, and the edges of creeks, rivers, and are even known to hang out in birdbaths.
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