How a swarm of honeybees cook a giant hornet alive

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Georg Plaz says:

if you added metric units to your videos, i would be so happy

larry spizzirri says:

Would not mind dying surrounded by hot supermodels

BloodKat says:

You sure this isn't an onion video? o.o

Robert S (twoslik904) says:

Rest in hell
Japanese hornet

Lilllie B. says:

This was presented too adorably for what it is, keep it up!

Warrior Son says:

I can kill 40000 bees with a can of bugspray…take that Japanese hornet!

Jobanpreet Singh Mutti says:

They be ballin.

Chris Deo says:

The honey bees are able to survive at a slightly higher temperature than the hornets, the bees are exploiting this fact. The venting meant the outside of the swarm is cooler is a safer way of going about this, rather then being in more contact with the temperatures that come close to killing the bees too

FableFilmsProduction says:

damn nature, you scary.

ninjalensings says:

nature is fucking savage

Jagneet Taneja says:

Even their honeybees are smart.

Shaqtapus says:

So fucking lame, couldn't have you gotten a video of this?

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diGritz1 says:


This video gives the impression that the honeybees have some sort of chance to defend themselves against an attack by an incredible small number of giant wasps. By small I mean a swarm of under 50 can destroy a colony of 10's of thousands in a few hours. This was an "EXPERIMENT" in a controlled environment under idea conditions for the honeybees.

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GoodGameTV says:

R.I.P japanese hornet
You will not be missed

Hisham Najam says:

So do they later consume the Hornet BBQ?

Sam Laoshi says:


Luciano Martinez says:

Soooo….how many would it take to cook a human?

teitake says:

What a random topic.

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