The Asian giant hornet, the world’s largest hornet, has been found in Washington state. (AP)
A researcher holds a dead Asian giant hornet in Blaine, Washington. (AP)
A dead Asian giant hornet (bottom) next to a native bald-faced hornet (AP)
The large hornet is more dangerous to humans, especially if they get stung multiple times. (AP)
Scientist Chris Looney places a trap for the Asian giant hornet in Washington. He studies bugs. (AP)
Asian giant hornets hitched a ride to Washington last year. They are BIG pests.
The hornets are two inches long. Their heads are huge. And they gobble up whole hives of bees at a time. These hornets must go.