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

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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