Throughout history many insects have struck fear into the hearts and minds of civilization. No insect has caused as much widespread panic and fear as the dreaded Giant Mariana Trench Wasp. Measuring at a staggering 15 feet long, these giant insects lay dormant in the depths of the Mariana trench until every 10 years, they come out of the depths for a week long feast of Giant Squid and coastal mammals. This expedition is not just for food. Every wasp that makes it back to their volcano layer under the sea brings back giant air bubbles to keep the young oxygenated until they are big enough to make their initial flight. After 10 years of developing in the nest, these young Wasps are now large enough to sustain the immense pressure in the ocean depths. With an exoskeleton capable of withstanding 10,000 pounds of pressure, the Giant Wasp has no issue in their trip from ocean depth to the surface. With only one known predator, humans equipped with Raid, the Giant Wasp is mostly free to prey as they desire on the ocean surface and coastal plains. However you most likely will not see any of these giant insects, Giant Wasps have developed a chameleon like outer layer on their exoskeleton to keep themselves hidden at night. Excessive hunting from people has also caused the giant wasp to become very reclusive, their antenna picking up the slightest human activity, and causing them to flee. In fact throughout the years, older generations of Giant Wasps have adapted to life on the surface and have become great at avoiding even the slightest detection by men. One expert insect hunter, Dr. James Findabug, has claimed to have found the exact location the Giant Wasps emerge from the ocean. However after Dr. Findabug and his team went out on their last expedition, his crew as well as himself disappeared. They left behind no evidence, but the scientific community is buzzing with speculation as to what happened.

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