Mosquitoes an invasive threat on sensitive Galapagos

08/12/2009 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

Mosquitoes introduced to the Galapagos Islands by jet or ship could threaten their sensitive ecosystem, which thrived in isolation before it became the setting for Darwin's most important discoveries. Scientists warn a single infected mosquito with an illness such as malaria would be enough to unleash a devastating epidemic.

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