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Wasps and Hornets

Are hornets different from wasps?


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2011-07-02 03:55:53
2011-07-02 03:55:53

Hornets are actually a type of wasp.

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Hornets are much bigger than wasps

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NO but Hornets eat bees

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Hornets are the largest eusocial wasps, that reach up to 55 mm (2.2 in) in length So to answer your question...sometimes. All hornets are wasps but not all wasps are hornets.

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Yes, stinging insects like wasps and hornets inject venom when they sting.

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Yes. Some hornets and some wasps do indeed make honey. However, the honey made by wasps is not consumed by humans.


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