Never underestimate a wasp -- new study shows they're smarter than we thought

Paper wasps are the first invertebrates to show evidence of transitive inference, a kind of logical reasoning.

(CNN)Summer is approaching in the northern hemisphere, heralding the return of that great scourge of al fresco diners everywhere: the wasp.

Now, a new study out of the University of Michigan reveals that the striped critters aren't just pesky -- they're smart.
The research found that wasps can use a form of logical reasoning to infer unknown relationship