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Hiram 1 year ago
       
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Greg 1 year ago
Hiram,

"Today I'm going to get on the internet and tell dem wusses dey all need to chill about dem murder hornets! Yeah baby, da world needs to toughen up according to Hiram cause he da MAN and he sees it like peeps be afraid too!....is that a spider?REEEEEEEE!!!!"
       
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Rella 1 year ago
Hiram, I live in WA. They are a foreign, invasive species that threatens honeybees that are already struggling.
       
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Russ 1 year ago
Rella,
Honey bees are an introduced species themselves, and have been implicated in the decline of our native bees, with competition for nectar, spreading of mites and other diseases, and other factors.
       
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Wally 1 year ago
I'm also in WA. We have not seen murder hornet one. There was a nest far up to the north that was eradicated and that's been that as far as I know. Not a single murder hornet all summer long.
       
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