Batty solution to France's increasing mosquito problem

A Town in the Gironde has gone back to nature in search of a cost-effective way to solve its growing mosquito problem.

Bats are natural predators for the insects and eat up to 2,000 each a day. So Bègles, just south of Bordeaux, has installed bat and swallow nesting boxes.

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