Why is malaria prevalent in wetlands? Who is the causative agent of this disease?

Malaria is common in wetlands because mosquitoes, whose larvae develop in warm water, are carriers of the disease.
The causative agents of malaria are malarial plasmodia, the simplest of the Sporovik class.

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