YOUR TEN-SEC­OND SPLAT GUIDE

MCN - - SUMMER SPECIAL -

You might think you’re out for a sum­mer ride. In fact, you’re head­but­ting an air­borne plank­ton soup. Ever won­dered what’s on your vi­sor? Lit­tle, dry, black ones: Midges, swat­ted while do­ing their mid-air breed­ing dance Dull red splats: Small flies which have been suck­ing some­one’s or some­thing’s blood Small green splats: Flies which eat some sort of veg­e­ta­tion Big yel­low or cream splats: Moths. The pale hue is their soft in­nards

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