A wasp the size of a paperclip intriged a resident at Magnolia Manor, a retirement community in Macon, Georgia. William Elrod caught the wasp, which was actually a Cicada Killer Wasp. These wasps are named for the cicadas they hunt and feed to their babies. They are a common insect in Georgia, especially in the summer months.



Large cicada killer wasps common in Central Georgia

William Elrod called our newsroom and told us he caught a giant wasp. He wasn’t kidding. Most days are pretty peaceful at Magnolia Manor retirement community in Macon, but one day Elrod made a strange discovery. “I was walking along and I found it and …

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