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Wasp Predators?

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Birds, spiders, bullfrogs, lizards and bats are considered as predators of wasps. Wasps are also natural predators of unwanted pests and insects such as mosquitoes. Wasps are known to cause an extremely painful sting that causes the stung area to swell astronomically.
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Wasp predators are types of wasps that spend most of their time hunting and catching other small insects in order to feed their larvae. They kill their preys and chew them up into small pieces and carry them into their nests.
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because wasps steal the bees honey.
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Other wasps and hornets, spiders, birds, sometimes reptiles and amphibians. Mammals may eat the grubs (such as bears)
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