Parasitic Wasps


The BBC has outdone themselves with this photo.

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Parasitic wasps lay eggs in caterpillars using toxins to paralyze their hosts. The wasp young then eat their way out. A study in Science magazine confirms the genetics of wasp toxins rely heavily of the DNA of viruses that infected the insects millions of years ago.

Bravo, BBC.


    
    
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