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What are Asian giant hornets?

Asian giant hornets are upon us: here's what you need to know about them now that they've been spotted in the U.S.

05/05/2020 19:28

245 comments

  • Ron A.
    26/07/2020 13:09

    OMG

  • Brian S.
    26/07/2020 02:43

    Thank you for doing this , kill them all

  • Luther A.
    02/07/2020 14:09

    Its a dang bug. Fire ants are not from here, but we deal with them.

  • Shreeyansh B.
    01/07/2020 10:07

    Like china

  • Kenisha H.
    30/06/2020 00:39

    First of all it looks manufactured. It looks like a huge ass flying ant.

  • Paul S.
    29/06/2020 23:39

    Wrong, Someone travelled back in time already and fixed this, bets were open on what crisis is next!

  • David W.
    29/06/2020 23:16

    So my question is how did they get to the US is this some more hysteria for 2020

  • Ismael A.
    29/06/2020 23:05

    check this out. =(

  • August N.
    23/06/2020 21:53

    So next the scientist will introduce Asian bees with Us Africanized honey bees to be able to defend themselves thereby making a super smart killer bee.

  • مروج ا.
    18/06/2020 13:06

    https://teechip.com/hornet11

  • Scott P.
    30/05/2020 10:08

    A honeybee hive would overwhelm the hornets. It's been shown in other areas to happen. This is a sheeple move.

  • Joseph E.
    27/05/2020 03:52

    yeah I take it back you can be mad at china

  • Amanda S.
    27/05/2020 00:08

    There is a native species here that is being mistaken for the Asian ones.

  • Joe P.
    26/05/2020 17:44

    Crazy - never had this problem before ' and somehow in the same year the u.s got both a virus outbreak that started in china and giant Hornets that came from east asia - coincidence? I think not

  • Frankie J.
    25/05/2020 02:24

    Hornet has not Asian, animal has no race like human.

  • Teresa M.
    25/05/2020 02:18

    They are here they live in oaks big nest

  • Wesley K.
    24/05/2020 23:40

    They’ve been in Indiana since I was 10 I’m 30 now

  • Rahmel Z.
    23/05/2020 13:21

    They must of been here because they can’t travel across water without resting somewhere

  • LaVerne L.
    20/05/2020 13:55

    How did they get in the U.S?

  • Voltren X.
    20/05/2020 08:16

    They've been here since ATLEAST the summer on 2019, people just assumed that the winter would kill them (despite the fact a large part of japan gets absolutely wrecked in the winter, what made people think that would kill them?) And since it didn't its starting to make a second round in the news, you can even track their rapid spread through Asia then Europe then finally hitting the north west coast of America and the western areas of Canada just by minor news articles, he'll even some major news sources covered it

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