Yes. It can only eat the wasp, if the wasp is on the surface of
the water or it drowned in the water.
They eat Fish and Shrimp
Wasp fish are poisonous and spiny. If you touch their fins or spine, you can get badly cut and poisoned. In addition, wasp fish have been known to eat smaller fish.
Maybe, if the moth fell in the water.
spiders,snakes,one time i even saw a small fish eat a digger wasp,chichens,ducks and sometimes dogs
Yes, the box jellies eat zoo-plankton and small fish (^_^)
A sea wasp is a jellyfish.
sadly i have tried this and no it does not eat the wasp.
Wasps eat when they are hungary.
it is rubbish to hear that wasp will eat papers . these small insects cannot eat , if extremely if it eats it will not be digested. so wasp will not eat papers
Technically one can eat most anything, but generally humans do NOT consume wasp honey.
the sea wasp also called the box jelly fish- symmetry is radial
Honey bees are strictly nectar and pollen eaters, they are not carnivorous. It is more likely these were a variety of wasp.
no , because the wasp could potentially harm the animal
Yesss. They are spiny and poisonous.
Hawk wasp adults eat nectar and small fruit, like berries. The larvae eat spiders that the adults paralyze and lay eggs on.