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'Jurassic' Wasp Nest Could Hold 1 Million Wasps

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June 25, 2013
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Entomologist and bee removal expert Jonathan Simkins tasked himself with the removal of a 'Jurassic' sized wasp nest somewhere in the woods of central Florida. He says the nest may have held over 1 million wasps! Thankfully his attempt to destroy the nest was taped.


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