No buzz is heard. But you can almost feel the vibration of 10,000 mosquitoes.
Instinctively, you scratch, even though no insect is freely flying.
The females are attracted to body heat to feed on blood – and in about a minute create a macabre hand art inside this bucket.
Welcome to the mosquito insectary at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. It’s where insects are grown and vaccines are developed.
Scientists here want to create the first malaria vaccine …