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Wasp/Poision/Bhir/Yellow Bhir/Bhoond/Sting/Temprature/Swelling/Larwa/Eggs/Insect/Honey bee/Save life

In this video.I told about Yellow bhir anatomy,its poison and Remedies after sting.Yellow jackets are well known for being among the most aggressive of all wasps, as these insects often sting their victims repeatedly even over the most trivial of disturbances to their nest.Queens are a caste of yellow jackets that lay eggs and generate new members of the nests. Depending on the species, queens may build above-ground or underground nests; both are constructed of fine plant fibers combined with saliva and appear to be made of paper.Yellow jackets are an aggressive insect and they can sting, often unprovoked. Unlike other insects, they do not lose their stinger, so they can sting multiple times. When are they most active. Queen yellow jackets search for a place to start a colony when the weather starts to warm up in the spring.All yellow jackets are wasps, but not all wasps are yellow jackets. Fat, fuzzy bumblebees, while pollinators like honeybees are one of the bee species that can sting repeatedly.The term “hornet” refers to the largest of wasps. Both yellow jackets and hornets belong to the family Vespasian.
Take an antihistamine.
Mix up a paste of water and baking soda.
Use vinegar to reduce itching.
Sprinkle meat tenderizer on the wound.
In case of emergency, carry an Epi-Pen.
Yellow jackets can kill people in two ways: by sheer numbers of stings causing toxic effects and by the allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. It generally takes about 1,500 stings to kill an adult man by the toxic effects of the venom alone.For allergic people, one sting can be deadly.Every queen killed now may eliminate several thousand yellow jackets later in the season. (The pa per wasps that nest under the eaves are not usually picnic pests, and are great caterpillar hunters, so unless the nest is near a doorway, it’s best to leave them be.