Bees and wasps belong to the family of insects known as Hymenoptera. Though both these insects are immensely important for the environment, they can be a nuisance too. This infographic explores the topic of protection from bees and wasps.
It should be clear that there are some key differences between the two. While honey bees are generally hairy with flat and wide legs, wasps are much smoother and shinier, typically with round and waxy legs. In terms of colour, honey bees are generally black or brown with orange and/or yellow striations.
The infographic also describes the eating habits of bees and wasps and how both differ. As far as hives are concerned, bees and wasps also differ in terms of construction and organisation.
Finally, read some prevention tips that will help you protect yourself from both bees and wasps.
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