It’s a common myth that bees and wasps don’t sting at night. Many people report that bees and wasps are less active at night, and thus getting a sting is much less likely. While bee and wasp nests are indeed less active at night, it is still possible to get stung, because worker bees and wasps take shift to protect the nest, even when some colony members are inactive.
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