Science Space Robots


Honeybees Battle Japanese Giant Hornet With Vibrating Heat Ball Technique

The Japanese giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia japonica), is a subspecies of the Asian giant hornet. It can grow as large as 1.6 inches long. The hornet has a venom which can dissolve skin tissue. The Wikipedia entry says people stung by the hornet require hospital treatment.

In this video, a Japanese giant hornet scout boldly enters a bee hive where the bees kill the hornet using a vibrating heat ball technique. Take a look:



Posted on October 4, 2011












Index
Homepage
Recent Headlines


Categories
Animals
Archaeology
Dinosaurs
Environment
Health
Insects
Museums
Oceans
Plants
Robots
Space
Technology
The Mind
UFOs and Aliens
Volcanoes
Weather












www.sciencespacerobots.com

Copyright © 2005-2014 by Writers Write, Inc. All Rights Reserved.