Asian Murder Hornet, Everything You Need to know about the Japanese Giant Hornet

First Asian Murder Hornet spotted in United States last Saturday. When the Twitter was trending with murder hornet Hashtag after a news article published by Newyork Times.

Murder Hornet nickname was also given by the NY times. But what is the Ground Reality of Murder Hornet Species. Are they Harmful For Humans?

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  • Up to an Extent they are harmful for humans Because they are poisonous but the main focus of ponit is that they kill and colonize the Normal Bees.

The Washington state Department of Agriculture started hunting for Asian giant hornets after two confirmed sightings of the predator.

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  • Murder Hornet name is not given for killing a Human beings. Its basically for killing other smaller bees which made large asian hornet into the Predator Asian Giant Hornet.

These Asian Giant Hornets are Larger in Size than a normal bee they can be upto 2 inch in size. In Japan anually 50 people are killed by this insect.

Afraid From Asian Hornet ?

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  • Yes Their Bite is Painful as some of the persons described it as ” Someone Nailed a Hot Iron into their Skin” So it will be a Quite Painful Experience.

Honey Bees Population over the United States is already in low category and after the first arrival of These Asian Hornet can make it more worse as they kill Honey bees.

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  • The Asian giant hornet is intensely predatory; it hunts medium- to large-sized insects, such as bees, other hornet species and mantises. The latter are favoured targets in late summer and fall. Large insects like mantises are key protein sources to feed queens and drone larvae.

These Japanese Hornet Hunt in a Group so Never Beat them whenever you find one or two in a group. Because they can call upon the other Hornets as an Emergency recall.

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