Gnats Pair Up

June 7th, 2011 by Ray Burman Leave a reply »

Everybody will know about those clouds of tiny flys that follow you around.

You know that they can bite you and cause lumps to come up, so they are considered to be a spring and summer pest.

Why then are they buzzing around in these swarms, just to sting some unsuspecting person that happen to stand around in one place to long?

Well no, these are actually mating clouds, the nats are looking for a partner!

Their not just there to get on your nerves after all, but are looking for love.

If you can keep your eye on the mass, you will see them pairing up.

So just remember, the next time you get out the swatter, you may be ending the lives of a partnership made in devon!


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