Like bees, wasps are social insects, and the hive is where they have children. Therefore, the hornet’s guard against the hive is very strict, and the enemy is absolutely not allowed to invade. If the intruder accidentally pokes the wasp’s hive, all the wasps will attack it. When the wasp stings, it can release a kind of gas. As long as one wasp stings the intruder, all the other wasps will follow this smell and attack the intruder in turn. The wasp’s venom needle contains formic acid and neuroleptin. These substances will cause burning, redness, swelling and even local spasm when they enter the human body. Therefore, the horse honeycomb must not be poked.