Queensland woman Lisa Van Kula Donovan captured a timelapse video providing a rare glimpse into how mud dauber wasps make their nests.This video, posted on October 18, shows how the wasps “carry one tiny ball of mud in at a time, then lay an egg in it, get about 8-10 small (paralysed) spiders for the larvae to feed on once it hatches, then close it up,” according to the uploader. Credit: Wannabe Entomologist via Storyful
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