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Strange Wasp Nests Glow Neon Green Under UV Light

Nicoletta Lanese, a writer for Live Science says while trekking through the tropical forests of northern Vietnam, scientists unexpectedly discovered wasp nests that glow fluorescent green under ultraviolet light. The nests, which look like a cluster of hexagonal cells, were built by several species of paper wasp, all belonging to the genus Polistes. The wasps…

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