Why did God create Mosquitoes
There are such a pest and nuisance .... Itch here Itch there .. scratch here Scratch there .... Ahhh !! I hate mosquitoes
God created Mosquito's because, like every other bug, they serve some sort of purpose in the food web!
It may be natures way of creating a balance when certain mammals turn into plague numbers.
mosquitoes, by spreading malaria and other diseases, are responsible for more human deaths than any other creature. why does god let millions of babies in africa die of starvation?
So mosquito is God's 'nuclear weapon' ... spreading plagues ...
2 points: 1. if we blame god we admit he exists, 2. the question of human suffering is a totally different subject to God's existence.
Insects have been on this planet for a very long time; we are the newcomers. I personally have a respect, even a reverence for all life because I see God in all of it. Have a wonderful day.
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