Spiders are examples of animals that eat bees and wasps.
Most wasps eat other animals or lay their eggs in them. Some wasps have specialised on beetles and other catch mainly cicadas. There is no such thing as a cicada-beetle by the way.
Yes, owls do eat wasps, but wasps can sting you.
Gall wasps are also known as gallflies. Animals that eat them often include other wasps, as they penetrate the gallfly's gall and consume the larvae within.
Wasps will eat fallen fruit , nectar and carrion .
No. Praying mantises eat wasps.
Rats are known to eat bees, but not wasps. Dragonflies and spiders are predators of the wasps. Wasps do not have very many predators.
Yes - at least sometimes. My German Shepherd loved to catch and eat bees and wasps.
No, bees are not carnivorous and do not eat meat. They only eat nectar, honey and sugary water. There is a species of predatory wasp that will occasionally try to eat dead animals called Yellow Jacket Wasps. Wasps are not bees.
If you eat figs, you are consuming wasps, some do not make it out of the fig and die inside. You are not guaranteed to be eating wasps.
Wasps will eat nectar, but they do not eat flowers. Some species of wasps will chew up flower leaves to use to make their nests.