Asian giant hornets, or “murder hornets” as many came to know them, suffered a setback in their quest to make a new home for themselves in North America when Washington State entomologists found and destroyed a hive full of the massive stinging insects last month. After closely examining the nest, which was located in a tree hollow, officials say they’ve counted roughly 500 hornets, according to a statement. Some 200 of those individual insects were likely queens, Sven-Erik Spichiger, managing entomologist at the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA), said in a news conference last week. If Spichiger and his…
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