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What Would Happen If Wasps Went Extinct?

Have you ever fantasized about a world without wasps? It turns out, such a world wouldn’t be as perfect as you might imagine. So, what would happen if wasps went extinct? Why are they important, and what valuable functions do they perform in the environment? Keep reading! In this article, we’ll answer all of these … Read more

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Why Are Wasps So Aggressive?

If you’ve ever gotten too close to a wasp nest, you’ve undoubtedly had to pay for it in the form of multiple painful stings. Maybe you weren’t even trying to disturb the nest, but the wasps overreacted and stung you anyway. Perhaps this caused you to wonder: why are wasps so aggressive? Why do they … Read more

Where Do Wasps Go in the Winter

What Do Wasps Do In The Winter?

If you’ve ever seen a wasp buzzing around your house in the winter, you may have wondered where it came from. Don’t wasps die out during the winter months? The answer is both yes, and no. So, what do wasps do in the winter? Where do they go, and what happens to them? Keep reading! … Read more

Why Do Wasps Behave Aggressively

How Long Do Wasps Live?

Wasps are a common sight throughout spring, summer, and fall, but have you ever wondered about their life? How long do wasps live? What is their life cycle? How do they reproduce? Keep reading to find out the answers to all of these questions. How Long Do Wasps Live? There are over 30,000 species of … Read more

What is a Wasp’s Favorite Food

What Do Wasps Eat {Explained!}

Wasps can frequently be seen buzzing around houses and backyard flower gardens. Perhaps you’ve wondered what they are looking for as they fly by. Food, perhaps? What do wasps eat? Do they need to drink water? How long can they go without food and water? Keep reading as we explore the answers to all of … Read more

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