The two most active wasps in the UK are the Common Wasp and the German wasp and these are the two most likely to sting you.
Asian hornets are a genuine threat to our rapidly declining Bee population. One hornet can decapitate 40 bees a minute in order to provide food for its own larvae.
Did you know that there are over 100,000 different species of wasp?
It has been reported this week that Asian Hornets have been spotted by residents in a number of areas including the south of England. So what is all the fuss about?
They ruin picnics all summer long and evoke fear in many adults and children alike but do we really need to be concerned with wasps?
Millions of British people are being warned to be vigilant and keep an eye out for killer hornets arriving in the UK. This invasion is all down to the unseasonably warm weather we have been lucky enough to be experiencing of late.
Did you know that there are over 100,000 different species of wasp? Wasps can be classified in two broad categories: solitary wasps and social wasps. The wasp is found in all the countries in the world, on every continent with the exception of the Polar Regions.