Guy Never Liked Spiders, But When He Saw Them...OMG, It's disgusting!

Guy Never Liked Spiders, But When He Saw Them...OMG, It's disgusting!
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You know we guys are fanatical to know many crazy things going around us. To demonstrate my point explaining human behavior, I would like to speak about a guy who noticed a couple of wasp nests at his house. He tried to open up the nest to know what is happening inside. But what she observed next was really shocking.

Let's have a look at the story!

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RicarduZonta's mother noticed a couple of wasp nests while cleaning her house. This couple of wasp nests was situated in a particular doorframe.

RicarduZonta's mother noticed a couple of wasp nests while cleaning her house. This couple of wasp nests was situated in a particular doorframe.

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Here is the picture of nests.

Here is the picture of nests.
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RicarduZonta was excited to open up each nest and see what's happening inside.

RicarduZonta was excited to open up each nest and see what’s
happening inside.
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He started opening them one by one.

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Oh damn! These goodies were packed with paralyzed but live spiders.

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What made wasp keep spiders inside the nest? This is because wasp hunts spider to feed their little ones.

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Wasp's sting paralyzes the spider which then lays an egg on the spider's body. He later creates a protective nest around the spider and egg.

Wasp’s sting paralyzes the spider which then lays an egg on the spider's body. He later creates a protective nest around the spider and egg.
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When the egg hatches, the little ones eat up the spider alive.

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Once the larva has consumed the entire spider in the nest, it begins to make a cocoon for its final transformation.

Once the larva has consumed the entire spider in the nest,
it begins to make a cocoon for its final transformation.

Oh no!

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This is what happened due to RicarduZonta's skill to explore things.

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So next time whenever you see these nests don't poke them ever. 
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