Dead Murder Hornet Found in Washington

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Scientists in Seattle found a dead murder hornet making it the first to be discovered in the U.S. in 2021. The large insects are not particularly aggressive toward people, but they pose a threat to honeybees and native hornet species.» Subscribe to NBC News:

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Dead Murder Hornet Found in Washington

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