UPDATE - Gary Mitchell reports in the Montgomery (AL) Advertiser that yellow jacket wasps have begun building huge nests in that state. Gigantic wasp nests are turning up in places like abandoned cars, barns and houses?and they are so large that they COMPLETELY FILL THEM UP. No one knows what has sparked this unusual behavior, but they think it may be a result of global warming. UPDATE: To see video of a huge floating wasp nest in Georgia, click here.
Entomologists at the local university speculate that it could be the drought or even "harem" battles, as multiple queens demand separate compartments inside the nest. This could also be due to global warming, because the drought it is causing threatens future populations, causing the queens to produce more eggs.
To see a yellow jacket nest that has completely filled the inside of a 1955 Chevrolet click here.
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