Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Killer wasps waste European imports, but get roasted by the locals

The Red Queen Effect boils down to the never ending search for competitive advantage, where in nature or business. An arms

Here's a excellent example of the Red Queen effect in Japan. Killer wasps in Japan prey on European honey bees 1/5th their size, and anniliate a colony of 30,000 bees in a few hours.

But the local honey bee population has evolved very effect weapon to balance the equation - they roast the Killer wasp scout!

Very cool video from National Geographic link


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