Are These Giant Hornets Fulfilling Simpsons’ Prediction Or Is It Just Coincidence
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THE MURDER HORNET! BREAKING NEWS – “Murder Hornets are INVADING AMERICA”! … At least, that’s what we’ve all been hearing about with the Murder Hornet Madness in the media for the last few days! Asian giant hornets have been spotted in the state of Washington, decimating many bee hives.
Do you think that The Simpsons “Marge in Chains” (1993) predicted Murder Hornets will arrive US in the midst of Plandemic Outbreak in 2020, in the video “The Simpsons predicted Murder Hornets will arrive US in the midst of Plandemic Outbreak in 2020?!“, below:
So, what is the truth about these so called ‘Murder Hornets’?! You’re about to find out! In this video, Coyote is going to break down the 10 things you NEED to know about these hornets and answer YOUR most asked questions! In the video “MURDER HORNET MADNESS! – 10 Things You NEED To Know!” below:
- These are not Murder Hornets but Asian Giant Hornets. Japanese Giant Hornet (aka great sparrow bird in Japan) is one of the world’s largest Asian hornet species.
- These Asian giant hornets are two inches in length and have three-inch wingspan.
- These hornets are likely to arrive via cargo ships.
- Uncertain number of these hornets are now in Washington state
- Pain from venom from these hornet is excruciating, second only to the executioner wasp, and may last 36 hours.
- Venom is very potent with neurotoxic property and may cause necrosis. Death to human usually occur as secondary allergic reaction.
- These hornets would not sting human unless provoked.
- No human need to be afraid. Bee keepers need to be wary because although Asian honey bees have evolved the defensive strategy by burning these hornets to death, the European honey bees have not yet evolved their defense strategy against these giant hornets yet. (Perhaps it is time to consider cross breeding the Asian and European honey bees.).
- If one sees one of these giant hornets, take photo from a safe distance and then provide the photo to your local fish and wildlife department for verification and notification.
- It is unlikely these Asian giant hornets will invade America.
European honey bees have not yet evolved the defense strategy against these hornets yet. Asian honey bees, howoever, have already evolved the strategy to literally burn these giant hornets to death, in video below. Perhaps it is time to consider cross-breeding the Asian honey bees and European honey bees.
Japanese giant hornets pack a venomous sting so strong it can dissolve human tissue. But when a hornet scout enters a beehive, watch as the bees turn the tables on their enemy — and literally bake the predator to death! In the video “Hornets from Hell, National Geographic“, below:
Did you know that the praying mantis in your garden would be able to take on these giant hornet ? In the video “Praying Mantis vs. Murder Hornet“, below:
Japanese athletes have discovered a new source of strength — hornet saliva, in the video “Killer Hornets – Japan“, below:
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker More about the community at www.WindermereSun.com
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