Ever Notice There Are Hardly Any Mosquitoes At WDW? Here’s Why

Mosquitoes are nasty little bugs that latch onto you, suck your blood and leave you with an itchy welt for days on end. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), they’re also one of the deadliest animals in the world and can potentially spread a wide variety of diseases that can run the gamut from hurting you to causing birth defects to killing you.

Mosquitoes like to breed in stagnant water and Florida has a whole, WHOLE lot of swampland so the mosquito issue is pretty bad here in the Sunshine State. Walt Disney World (WDW) is, of course, in the business of guest experience so it’s to their advantage to minimize the number of mosquitoes that are on their nearly 25,000 acres of property, much of which is, of course, swampland. And they proactively do a really good job of it. Here’s how:

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