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Why is the Wasp a Pest?

Why is the Wasp a Pest cover

by Phil Lester

If you’ve ever stood on a wasp, you’ll know they have a very painful sting. But bees can sting, too, and we don’t think of bees as a problem. So why do most people think of the wasp as a pest?

Series: School Journal Level 2 May 2019

Learning area: Science

Curriculum level: 2

Reading year level: 4

Category: Non-fiction

Related titles: “The Jungle in My Garden” JJ 52 | The Buzz of Bees (various) Connected L2 May 2012 | “Shipwrecked” SJ L2 Oct 2013 | “Lost in the Bush” SJ L2 Nov 2016 | “Wasps” SJ L2 May 2019

Topics: biodiversity, environment, insects, native forests, pests, predators, senses, wasps, wasps’ nests

In: School Journal Level 2 May 2019

Publication date: May 2019

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