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The product can be powered while the children in the these third world countries are playing during the daytime and then it can fight mosquitoes at night.
It produces electricity by the power created during skipping rope, and this is how the masquitoes die from electric shock when reaching the top of the pole.
This product can eliminate malaria just by playing.
Busan, South Korea
Eui Hwan Choi,
Kim su hyun,
Kim ji hyun,