Severe Hornet Attacks in China, Which Even More Alarmingly Has Moved to South America

Severe Hornet Attacks in China, Which Even More Alarmingly Has Moved to South America

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Abby Zimet

Swarms of Asian giant hornets have killed dozens of people in China and injured over 1,500, reported CNN last week in a scary story made surreal when their graphic placed Hong Kong in Brazil. Researchers attribute the rise of the hornets, described by one entomologist as "the wasp analog of a pit bull" with "a face that looks like you just can't reason with it," to - yes - climate change and human activity.

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