Scientists Destroyed a Nest of Murder Hornets. Here’s What They Learned.

Credit: NYTimes.com- Published 3 weeks ago
Officials vacuumed the country’s first nest of so-called murder hornets last month in Washington State. The invasive insects could multiply and kill native bee populations, endangering crops and ecosystems.
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Video credit: euronews (in English)
Published 3 weeks ago -  00:50
Scientists in Washington destroy murder hornet nest in 'nick of time'
Scientists in Washington had discovered 500 murder hornets in various stages of development in addition to nearly 200 queens that could have started their own nests.View on euronews

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