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Mark Forster and his son, Thomas, put on insect repellent for a walk in Everglades National Park on August 8, 2013, where conditions have been perfect for breeding mosquitoes. (Taimy Alvarez/Sun Sentinel/MCT via Getty Images)
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Mark Forster and his son, Thomas, put on insect repellent for a walk in Everglades National Park on August 8, 2013, where conditions have been perfect for breeding mosquitoes. (Taimy Alvarez/Sun Sentinel/MCT via Getty Images)
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August 08, 2013
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176526927
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McClatchy-Tribune
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Mark Forster and his son Thomas put on insect repellent for a walk in... News Photo 176526927Animal Behavior,Description,Environmental Issues,Everglades National Park,Florida - USA,Gulf Coast States,Homestead - Florida,Insect,Insect Repellant,Males,Mosquito,Moving Activity,Son,Thomas,USA,Vertical,WalkingPhotographer Collection: McClatchy-Tribune 2013 MCTMark Forster and his son, Thomas, put on insect repellent for a walk in Everglades National Park on August 8, 2013, where conditions have been perfect for breeding mosquitoes. (Taimy Alvarez/Sun Sentinel/MCT via Getty Images)