In The Fight Against Tsetse Flies, Blue Is The New Black

In The Fight Against Tsetse Flies, Blue Is The New Black

By Maanvi Singh

For some unknown reason, the insects that transmit sleeping sickness in sub-Saharan Africa are attracted to the color blue. So scientists think blue flytraps could help wipe out the disease for good.

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