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(TFT) Re: Giant Hornets uhhh actual Giant Hornets

China I think... article, not the hornets that are already established via
whatever this is... the allegiant...k-then.

On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 5:00 AM, Jay Carlisle <maou.tsaou@gmail.com> wrote:

> "The method used by these insects to hunt for food resembles a military
> movement. Scouts are sent out to locate potential prey and when they find
> it they mark it with a pheromone and return their nest. When they return,
> they bring along 30 Asian Giant Hornets and they will begin their attack.
> It only takes this group of hornets three hours or so to kill a hive of
> about 30,000 honeybees and their intent is to find the larvae in the nest
> They then bring back the larvae to their own nest to feed themselves and
> the rest of the hive."
> "... a beekeeper describes his encounter with one of these honeybee
> killers in his home. The keeper described the buzzing sound of the Asian
> Giant Hornet to be “earth-shatteringly” louder than your 
average honeybee."
> "...estimations put their top speed at 25 mph and they have been known to
> travel 60 miles when chasing their dinner. Victims can be stung multiple
> times due to the fact that their stingers do not have a barb, they remain
> attached."
> "These hornets have been have keen senses and can smell human sweat,
> perfume, and they are sensitive to bright colors."
> "Humans are the only predator for the Asian Giant Hornet, which are the
> apex predator in their native habitat."
> Niiiiice
> On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 4:54 AM, Jay Carlisle <maou.tsaou@gmail.com>wrote
>> http://theallegiant.com/swarms-of-giant-hornets-leave-41-dead-and-1600-i

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