On Thursday, the government of the Cayman Islands announced plans to release genetically modified mosquitoes to battle the Aedes aegypti, pictured here, which carries the Zika virus and other diseases.
On Thursday, the government of the Cayman Islands announced plans to release genetically modified mosquitoes to battle the Aedes aegypti, pictured here, which carries the Zika virus and other diseases.
On Thursday, the government of the Cayman Islands announced plans to release genetically modified mosquitoes to battle the Aedes aegypti, pictured here, which carries the Zika virus and other diseases.

Grand Cayman to release ‘Frankenflies’ to battle disease-carrying mosquitoes

May 05, 2016 01:29 PM

UPDATED May 06, 2016 08:21 AM

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