According to media reports, Iceland is the only country without mosquitoes, but no one seems to know the real reason.
Mosquitoes are a nuisance in almost every country in the world.
They suck your blood and buzz in your ears. They leave itchy bumps and at worst can spread disease.
In Iceland, however, residents are not worried about mosquitoes.
However, in Iceland, which typically has three major cold and warm spells each year, the weather conditions may be too unstable for mosquitoes to survive.
Others believe that some chemical components in Iceland’s soil and water may be intolerable to mosquitoes.
And this makes Iceland the only country without mosquitoes.