While the silent sisters immediately got into a feeding and fornicating frenzy, the bangin' mosquitoes were so "entertained with the music" that it took them several minutes before they could focus enough to find their prey. And even then, they had lost their appetite for hamster, biting it far less frequently. But the far bigger discovery came when the Skrillex mosquitoes showed great unwillingness and inability to get it on, with the dubstepped bloodsuckers having sex "far less often" than their control group counterparts.
Why is Skrillex such a mood killer? (Nobody has ever wondered this before?) Dubstep is notorious for its chaotic frequency and beat shifts, but mosquitoes can only successfully mate when they harmonize the frequency of their wing beats, And it's just too hard for them to get into the groove when having to listen to what sounds like a sinkhole opening up under a Berlin warehouse rave.
But the revelation that dubstep can ruin sex for more than just nervous teens can have serious and great consequences, as reducing mosquitoes' desire to feed and bone could greatly curb plagues like Zika and dengue fever. Additionally, the study's authors feel that open air dubstep is much more "environmentally friendly" than insecticides, proving those nerds have never been to an outdoor EDM festival.