Wasps Are Not A Nuisance And They Do Serve A Purpose?
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Introduction Paper wasps feel the need to become territorial in order to protect themselves and their colonies; they keep to themselves but do tend to get aggressive when they feel like their lives are in jeopardy. My objective was to show how Paper Wasps are not a nuisance and they do serve a purpose. They also make an impact on not only the human race but also the world. Wasp is an endangered species and if we don’t treasure them and see them as something great they will become extinct. Leaving wasp, alone would not only make a difference for them, but for us too.
I have chosen to observe Wasps specifically the Paper wasps; they have always intrigued me and extracted my curiosity about just what it is they do on a daily basis. Paper wasps were given their name because of the unique way they create their nests. They are often called Umbrella wasps because of the way their nests are designed. The Paper Wasp is scientifically classified under Phylum Arthropoda, Class Insecta, Order Hymenoptera, Genus Polistes. After observing and researching, I have discovered that the Paper Wasps are known to be territorial, thus giving them the title of the angriest insects when bothered, especially when someone is near their nest, because of this they are not afraid to sting when necessary. In certain circumstances, they sting more than once. Some of the traits wasps possess include having a three-part body, which is the head, thorax, and abdomen, their bodies are narrowed with