Mosquitoes feeding on a willing Victim. Sliding his arm into a specially designed net box, an ICIPE lab assistant allows a colony of hungry (but non-malarial) female Anopheles gambiae to feed on his blood. These feeding sessions are the only way to keep lab-bred mosquitoes plump and fertile, ensuring scientists a constant supply of experimental subjects.
Update based on the time in the wilderness of Georgia coming up. New video blog coming too. Looks like all the easy times from the first part of the trip may be over.
This dude ❤️
Love this shot.
Chicago’s Willis Tower Skydeck breaks
Photo: Alejandro Garibay via NBC Chicago
From my nightmares.
The entire family died instantly from heart attacks.
OH BUT JESS WHY WOULD YOU NOT GO OUT THERE WHAT COULD POSSIBLY HAPP—
I WAS STANDING HERE TWO MONTHS AGO