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After feeding in the middle of the night on the inhabitants of a hut, female <em>Anopheles</em> mosquitoes cling to a vertical surface for hours to digest their meal.
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After feeding in the middle of the night on the inhabitants of a hut, female Anopheles mosquitoes cling to a vertical surface for hours to digest their meal.

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