During last year’s Zika outbreak, mosquito control officials sprayed an organic larvicide over transmission zones to reduce the number of mosquitoes. On Thursday night, they play to spray the insecticide naled.
During last year’s Zika outbreak, mosquito control officials sprayed an organic larvicide over transmission zones to reduce the number of mosquitoes. On Thursday night, they play to spray the insecticide naled. Logan Riely lriely@miamiherald.com
During last year’s Zika outbreak, mosquito control officials sprayed an organic larvicide over transmission zones to reduce the number of mosquitoes. On Thursday night, they play to spray the insecticide naled. Logan Riely lriely@miamiherald.com

Aerial mosquito spraying scheduled Thursday for large swath of Miami-Dade

June 14, 2017 08:24 PM

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  • 17-foot python breaks record after being caught in Florida Everglades

    The South Florida Water Management District released a video on their twitter account Monday showing a record breaking 17-foot-1-inch Burmese python that was caught by Jason Leon.