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Stinging wasps are precious, not pointless, say scientists ...
By Jessica den Outer - April 29, 2021
Wasps, much-hated insects, are voracious predators of pest insects, produce powerful antibiotics in their venom and can pollinate plants. Prof Seirian Sumner at University College London: ''Wasps could be just as valuable as other beloved insects like bees, if only we gave them more of a chance.”

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