Massive ‘Murder Hornets’ Are Back In The U.S. And This Is What Someone Getting Stung By One Looks Like

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Massive ‘Murder Hornets’ have been spotted again in the United States and they are not an insect you want to mess around with. In Japan, they are called ‘Asian Giant Hornets’, while America is dubbing them ‘Murder Hornets’.

Why are they called murder hornets? Well, because if you get stung multiple times, they can kill you. Their stinger is able to penetrate through a modern day bee keeper suit too!

What do Murder Hornets look like? The hornets are usually between 1.5 to 2 inches long, have large yellow-orange heads with prominent eyes, and a black and yellow striped abdomen.

The Asian giant hornet, Vespa mandarinia, has been known to kill up to 50 people a year in Japan and now, they have the potential to affect the United States population. The hornet injects venom in such a high dosage that it can destroy tissue and attack the nervous system of its victim

So what does a sting from a ‘Murder Hornet’ look like?

Well, on an episode of Brave Wilderness, Coyote Peterson comes across an Asian Hornet aka Murder Hornet while travelling in Japan. So, Coyote being the crazy man he is…decided to get stung by one…on purpose.

Check it out below! It doesn’t look fun!

This that is crazy? Check out this video of a murder hornet taking down a mouse four times its size.