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Inside Edition 26 Oct 2020

Scientists Capture Murder Hornets


Since no one needs to worry about murder hornets, too, scientists in Washington state have destroyed a nest containing the giant, scary-looking insects. The bugs made their way to the United States late last year. Over the summer, they became a hot topic when they were found in Washington state. Now, officials there say a nest has been extinguished. Inside Edition Digital's Stephanie Officer has the details.

Washington state Department of Agriculture workers destroyed the first nest of so-called murder hornets discovered in the US, the agency said Monday. 98 Asian giant hornets were removed from the nest in Whatcom County, 13 of them still alive. (Oct. 26)
Murder hornets are large invasive predators with an alarming name, but B.C.'s top bee and hornet expert says their real danger stems from the damage they can do to our food chain.

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