Wasps use their stings as a means of self-defense. A wasp’s stinger contains venom that’s transferred to humans during a sting. A wasp stinger remains intact after a sting, which means they can sting more than once during an attack.
Wasps may become a problem inside your home because they are searching for food, a nesting site, or a protected place to hibernate. Contact Miller Pest and Termite in Omaha if you have issues with wasp nests in or around your home.
The stinger of a wasp contains a venom that can cause great discomfort to the victim if stung. If allergic, the victim could Much like that of the honey bee, a wasp’s sting emits a chemical letting nearby wasps know to attack. Unlike the honey bee, a female wasp can continually sting a victim and not die. That’s because their stinger does not detach itself.