Best 4th of July: Keep Bugs and Ants Away from Your Picnic This Holiday Weekend

Sometimes it's not about dodging the little flying beasts -- it's going on the offensive. In Estonia, participants gathered in the city of Tartu and attempted to catch as many mosquitoes as they could in a designated area. CLICK HERE to learn how the competition came about and if it does the people any good.

If you set up your picnic outdoors, you can expect ants. They're generally harmless, but fire ants – a much bigger kind of ant – can be a problem, primarily across the southern states. If you are in an area that's home to fire ants or an Allegheny mound ant, take special care.

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