"Murder hornets" have now entered the U. S. — and they could decimate the honeybee population. Are you scared of murder hornets?

"Murder hornets" have now entered the U. S. — and they could decimate the honeybee population

A roughly 2-inch long insect known as the "murder hornet" has made its way to the U. S. for the first time ever, researchers said. The Asian giant hornet, Vespa mandarinia, has been known to kill up to 50 people a year in Japan, according to The New York Times, and has the potential to devastate U. S. bee populations, which have already been declining.

The hornets are usually between 1.5 to 2 inches long, have large yellow-orange heads with prominent eyes, and a black and yellow striped abdomen.

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Murder hornets have now entered the U. S. — and they could decimate the honeybee population. Are you scared of murder hornets?
Murder hornets have now entered the U. S. — and they could decimate the honeybee population. Are you scared of murder hornets?
Murder hornets have now entered the U. S. — and they could decimate the honeybee population. Are you scared of murder hornets?
"Murder hornets" have now entered the U. S. — and they could decimate the honeybee population. Are you scared of murder hornets?
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