Do yellow jackets die after they sting you?

Do yellow jackets die after they sting you?

Yellow jackets are more aggressive than other stinging insects such as wasps, hornets, mud daubers or bees. Yellowjackets can sting and bite. Since they don’t lose their stinger, they can sting numerous times, and will do so unprovoked.

Is Ursula Ariel’s aunt?

No, however an original draft of the film was actually going to make Ursula King Triton’s sister, which would have made her Ariel’s aunt, as well as predate Scar as being the first Disney villain to be related to the protagonist biologically had it been kept.

Who lives longer on average; left handed or right handed people?

Right-handed people live, on average; nine years longer than left handed people.

Are the stickers on fruit edible?

Yes, unless you like eating stickers. Sometimes you may forget, but that’s ok. They’re made out of “edible paper”. Even the glue holding the stickers to the fruit is food grade.

What was inside the first Faberge egg?

Peter Carl Faberge’s first egg for the Russian royals is also called the hen egg and was made of gold and white enamel. The inside of the egg had a yolk made of gold within which was a golden hen. The eyes of the hen were made of rubies. The golden hen concealed a miniature crown and at the centre hung a tiny ruby egg.

What animal smells like popcorn?

Binturongs smell like popcorn. Or popcorn smells like binturongs. I guess it depends on your perspective. Either way, when I stopped by the enclosure of the large, blue-grey bearcat at the San Diego Zoo last month, the warm, buttery scent was unmistakable.

What are the seas around Greece?

Greece is a country located in Southern Europe, its mainland located at the southern end of the Balkan Peninsula. Greece is surrounded on the north by Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia and Albania; to the west by the Ionian Sea; to the south by the Mediterranean Sea and to the east by the Aegean Sea and Turkey.

What connects the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean?

The Panama Canal is not the only water line connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. There’s a place in Wyoming—deep in the Teton Wilderness Area of the Bridger-Teton National Forest—in which a creek splits in two. Like the canal, this creek connects the two oceans dividing North America in two parts.