The truth about the “murder hornet” from entomologist May Berenbaum

Nick Digilio

A dead Asian giant hornet sent from Japan is held on a pin by Sven Spichiger, an entomologist with the Washington State Department of Agriculture, Monday, May 4, 2020, in Olympia, Wash. The insect, which has been found in Washington state, is the world’s largest hornet, and has been dubbed the “Murder Hornet” in reference to its appetite for honey bees, and a sting that can be fatal to some people. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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May Berenbaum, entomologist from University of Illinois, joins the Nick Digilio Show to clear up the rumors and myths surrounding the Asian giant hornet.

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