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LINK Asian giant hornet nest destroyed in Washington state

North West of North America beware.

Mooolah 8 Aug 26
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Like as in glad the nest was found and destroyed. Wouldn't be the end of the world if they got established here, African killer bees didn't end the world, but all things considered hopefully they won't.

Druvius Level 8 Aug 26, 2021

Only because they cannot take the cold. Fire ants & termites are moving North with climate change. Those of us in rural areas see it in the change in wildlife including plants & insects.

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