Patrick Kelly, Field Operations Manager with Mosquito Mate, releases Wolbachia-infected male mosquitoes, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, in South Miami, Fla. Thousands of bacteria-infected mosquitoes are flying near Miami to test a new way to suppress insect populations that carry Zika and other viruses.
Patrick Kelly, Field Operations Manager with Mosquito Mate, releases Wolbachia-infected male mosquitoes, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, in South Miami, Fla. Thousands of bacteria-infected mosquitoes are flying near Miami to test a new way to suppress insect populations that carry Zika and other viruses. Lynne Sladky AP Photo
Patrick Kelly, Field Operations Manager with Mosquito Mate, releases Wolbachia-infected male mosquitoes, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, in South Miami, Fla. Thousands of bacteria-infected mosquitoes are flying near Miami to test a new way to suppress insect populations that carry Zika and other viruses. Lynne Sladky AP Photo

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