Praying mantis eating the murder of the Bumblebee in a scary video


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Hope to see a praying mantis cracked a murder Hornet’s head and gnaw it to the brain?

It’s happening.

Figure viral video shows a praying mantis grabbing a Hornet from behind, held its deadly stinger in the Bay and chewed through their entire head.

The murder of the Bumblebee land in the US for the first time

The video appears after the widely reported, the Asian giant hornet, the world’s Bumblebee, has arrived in the United States

They can be up to 2 inches long, and they are a major threat to bees–crucial pollinators have been in decline.

But the 57-second video shows more of a praying mantis make a quick meal out of the error.

Predatory wasps nest in the ground, called the attack a bee hive kill a bee inside before eating the larvae and pupae, according to Washington State University.

Wasp is a potentially fatal human-to break through the beekeeper suits–although health experts say the number of people, they prick who needs medical attention is small.

In this Dec. 30,2019 years photo provided by the Washington State Department of Agriculture,a dead Asian giant hornets is filmed in a laboratory in Olympia, Wash. The world's largest hornet, a 2-inch-long killer have an appetite for bees, it has been found in Washington state and entomologists are plans to wipe it off. Is called

In this Dec. 30,2019 years photo provided by the Washington State Department of Agriculture,a dead Asian giant hornets is filmed in a laboratory in Olympia, Wash. The world’s largest hornet, a 2-inch-long killer have an appetite for bees, it has been found in Washington state and entomologists are plans to wipe it off. Is known as the”killer Hornet”by some of the Asian giant hornet has a sting that can be fatal to some people. This is just beginning to appear in the sleep state. (Quinlyn Bain/Washington State Department of Agriculture via AP)

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