Why mosquitoes bites us

Thousands of years ago, Mosquitoes were human beings best friends. At that time their food was nectar and other liquid like juice from fruits. So once in a village, there lived man named Bruto. He had one mosquito as his pet. One day, the mosquito went in search of food. Suddenly, she saw a sage and a small girl lying besides him. The mosquito went to them and asked, “What happened guru?”The sage replied sobbing, “My daughter ‘Shivalanga’ is going to die because of a special type of disease. If I make a potion which contains 2-3 drops of a special type of blood, she would come back to life. Won’t you help us?” The mosquito felt pity on him. She agreed. But first she went to her master, Bruto. The mosquito narrated everything to her master. Bruto became happy and said, “My friend, you are a good mosquito, so take my blood first.” The mosquito bit her master’s finger and took 2-3 drops of blood. But it was not the special blood. She started taking blood from others. Her friends, the mosquitoes, also helped her in taking blood from people, but couldn’t get the special blood. By the time, the daughter died and in the sadness of losing his only daughter, the sage died too. Even when they heard about this, the mosquitoes still continued their mission. Slowly, the mosquitoes liked the taste of blood. And now, blood is their food!


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