What would happen if wasps went extinct?
If wasps were to go extinct, pest insects would likely overrun plants, and some plants would die off because they wouldn’t receive the necessary pollination to continue their species. Food sources would go down because there would be fewer plants to support the insects, animals, and people who rely on them.
Should wasps be killed?
Wasps help pollinate
Granted, wasps that are too threatening because of where they are located (such as too near your house) may need to be destroyed. If you, or a member of your family, is allergic to them, I would also consider removing any nests top priority.
Why do wasps follow you?
Why Do Wasps and Yellow Jackets Chase You? Wasps and yellow jackets will chase you when they feel their nests are in danger. They step up their defense and will do anything necessary to remove the threat from the vicinity of the nest or to escape – including stinging you.
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