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Genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitos in a cage in an Oxitech laboratory. <br />
The male mosquitoes contain a gene that will kill them. When the male mosquitoes are released and mate with wild females the offspring from such matings die before they reach adulthood, thus suppressing the population of the wild mosquitoes that spread Zika, dengue fever and some other diseases.