September 27, 2013
Killer Hornets Are Wreaking Havoc in China

Spurred by global warming, the insects have accounted for more than two dozen deaths in the country.
Read more. [Image: Wikimedia Commons]

Killer Hornets Are Wreaking Havoc in China

Spurred by global warming, the insects have accounted for more than two dozen deaths in the country.

Read more. [Image: Wikimedia Commons]

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    this is fucked up man
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    These are LARGE hornets! In addition to causing human deaths, they are a major threat to bees existence. Reading this...
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    This is just a little terrifying…
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    And their primary food source is honeybees… I think we’ve found a species we should be trying to exterminate.
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