The Oriental Hornet (Vespa Orientalis), studies have shown, is most active during the middle of the day, and digs its nest underground when the sun’s intensity has peaked. There has also been research which suggests their yellow abdominal bands are made up of microscopic protrusions, which interlock and hinder the reflection of light off the hornet’s body. Instead the light is trapped, and stored for energy to be used at a later time.
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