What a stinger! 100-million-year-old wingless wasp preserved in amber is the only known specimen of its kind

A unique variety of wingless wasp that did not have wings but still stung has been found in a 100-million old piece of amber. 
The female insect is thought to have crawled along the ground at the base of trees looking for other insects and a place to lay its eggs. 
Whether the creature died off because it was unable to fly – or from loss of habitat or some other reason, it disappeared and is now extinct.
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12 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail

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