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I’m guessing a Top That’s What I Do I Farm I Drink And I Know Things Shirts wasp that got its head detached but still had nervous control. Either it had an idea to save itself or its body was just doing what wasps do. Freaky bastards. The owner of the head was trying to envenom the host, turn it catatonic, and inject it with babies so they can feed off the zombie meat. It chose a more formidable host than it originally thought. The host killed the wasp after already being zombified (and maybe baby injected). Then flew around using the death rattles of its last remaining cognitive capabilities like your classic running zombie a la Dawn of the Dead. Then it landed on you!