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Wasp Nest Puzzle Details:

About: Today's puzzle features a wasp working on it's nest. The type of nest produced by wasps can depend on the species and location. Wasps build nests predominantly from paper pulp. Unlike honey bees, wasps have no wax producing glands. Many instead create a paper-like substance primarily from wood pulp. Wood fibers are gathered locally from weathered wood, softened by chewing and mixing with saliva. The pulp is then used to make combs with cells.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 11/Jul/2013

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