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Where do wasps hibernate?

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At the end of the autumnal months the wasps' nest dies off, leaving only the young mated queens alive. These Queens fly away and find a safe place to hibernate for the winter. They tend to choose warm, sheltered sites, such as sheds or lofts. It is
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