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Mosquitoes flap wings not just to fly but also to ‘flirt’.(HT File Photo)

Mosquitoes flap wings not just to fly but also to ‘flirt’

Washington | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON NOV 09, 2019 02:20 PM IST
Mosquitoes flap their wings not only to stay aloft but also to generate buzz that attracts potential mates, according to a study.
In this May 21, 2017 photo, cows rest in a paddock on a farm near Invercargill, New Zealand. New Zealand plans to slaughter about 150,000 cows as it tries to eradicate a strain of disease-causing bacteria from the national herd.(AP)
In this May 21, 2017 photo, cows rest in a paddock on a farm near Invercargill, New Zealand. New Zealand plans to slaughter about 150,000 cows as it tries to eradicate a strain of disease-causing bacteria from the national herd.(AP)

New Zealand to kill 150,000 cows to end bacterial disease

Wellington | By AP
UPDATED ON MAY 29, 2018 12:14 AM IST
Farming is vital to the economy in New Zealand, whose isolation has helped protect it from some diseases which affect herds elsewhere.
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