Do Wasps Die after They Sting You?


Wasps do not die after they sting you. However, their sting contains venom which can be fatal if not taken care of. Wasps live in colonies that form self-contained communities, each following a class order of queens, males and workers.
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they dont, only bees do.
No. Wasp stingers are smooth, without barbs. This means that wasps can
Wasp venom contains enzymes which break down the walls of your cells making it possible for the antigens in the venom to make their way into other cells and into your blood stream
In contrast to the honey bee, the common wasp and hornet can both insert and withdraw their sting with comparitive ease - the picture on the left shows the much smoother outer casing
1 Additional Answer Answer for: do wasps die after they sting you
Because they have smooth rather than barbed stingers, wasps do not die after stinging.
Unlike honeybees, wasps can remove their stingers from their victims without bodily harm. This allows them to sting multiple times.
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