Wasps Are Capable of Basic Logical Reasoning, Study Finds
Paper wasps are the first known insects to perform a key form of deductive logic called transitive inference.
Scientists Found a New Species of Wasp That Turns Spiders Into Zombies
In the Ecuadorian Amazon, a new species of wasp is inflicting horror movie-worthy terror on "social" spiders.
PSA: Drunk, Belligerent Wasps Are Terrorizing Beer Gardens
Wasps are not chill drunks.
Protecting Golfers from Wasps Is Part of a Golf Course’s ‘Duty,’ Rules California Court
A woman sued after she nearly died at a golf course when a swarm of yellow jackets attacked her.
How Collecting Wasp Nests Helped 'Hornet Boy' Cope with His Anxiety
We met up with Terry Prouty, a prolific collector of wasp nests, to hear about the connection between his hobby and his mental health.
The ‘Lucifer’ Heatwave in Europe Is Reportedly Fuelling Terrifying Wasp Attacks
With climate change, bee and wasp attacks are expected to get worse.
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Man Tries to Blow Up Wasp Nest with Fireworks, Destroys Garage Instead
In retrospect, a pest-infested garage may be better than no garage at all.
Why Dung Beetles Dance on Poop: They’re Mapping the Sky
Understanding how bugs navigate could help build better robots.
See the World Through a Wasp's Perspective
Future Robots Could Be Equipped with a Wasp’s Homing Instincts.
Vesp: A History of Sapphic Scaphism
Presenting Terraform's first original piece of interactive fiction, an atmospheric head-trip that must be played rather than read.
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Darwin's Classic Monster: The Parasitoid Wasp
"There seems to me too much misery in the world."
New Study on Parasitic Wasps Sounds Like the Plot of a Horror Movie
Wasps: now with parasitic viral sidekicks.