Wasp Paper Cities - Amazing About Animals from WikiPet
Wasps build their paper tiered houses for a long time. These structures are obtained quite strong, real fortresses. It is not surprising: the future home is intended primarily to protect the aspen family from inclement weather, and not to show off the house in front of others. Although such houses look beautiful.
The top layer of wood, which they carefully collect with their jaws, serves as a resource for creating a home for wasps. Then they fasten the collected material with saliva. Then the wood is chewed, a long strip is formed from the already crushed wasp mass. Gradually, the wasps begin to attach the strips made, sticking one to the other. They form a paper structure resembling a nest in shape. Wasps leave a small entrance for themselves. They live calmly in their paper cities, work, raise their future offspring.