The Radioactive Wasps of Hanford

[Not from a movie or script, but real life][link]:

>The contractor handling the clean-up, Washington Closure, says the nests were all built in 2003 when water was used to dampen dust during demolition of an H Reactor basin. That attracted the wasps that used the mud to make tube-shaped nests for eggs.

[link]: “Local News | Radioactive wasp nests at Hanford reservation | Seattle Times Newspaper”

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