Monday, August 03, 2020
Welcome To The Reality Clock Website. The Original World Statistic Clock Since 1996.

HOME

About Us

Features Key

Display Statistics On Your Site

Support A Charity

Become a Sponsor

Charity List

Get A Personalized Custom Statistic

Sponsor Login

Contact Us



LINKS

@RealityClock #RealityClock on twitter






Member Links

Atomic Clock

Doomsday Clock

World Clock



  Statistic ID: 660
Murder Hornets
(0 votes)


Trend: neutral
Source: Staff Research
Submitted: May 6, 2020 - 12:00 PM
Facts/Notes: The murder hornet's real name is the Asian giant hornet. They can be 1.5 to 2 inches long, and are the largest hornet species in the world. While a single sting may not be fatal, it can be much more painful than a regular bee or hornet sting. Murder hornets pose a significant threat to honeybees. Five times the size of a European honey bee, it only takes a small number of giant hornets a few hours to completely destroy an entire beehive. Because the giant hornets kill bees in such large numbers, entomologists, beekeepers, and other researchers are worried about the devastating effect they could have on the already dwindling bee population.
Rate This Statistic:
Tags:


Asian giant hornet (Vespa Mandarinia)


0 Comments Below
| | Report An Error

Bookmark and Share
Display This Statistic On Your Website

GET STAT CODE: 120 x 240

GET STAT CODE: 468 x 60

GET STAT CODE: Link to this page

HOME

About Us

Features Key

Display Statistics On Your Site

Support A Charity

Become a Sponsor

Charity List

Get A Personalized Custom Statistic

Sponsor Login

Contact Us



LINKS

@RealityClock #RealityClock on twitter






Member Links

Atomic Clock

Doomsday Clock

World Clock


Display a Statistic    Become a Sponsor    Submit a Statistic

Reality Clock and it's emblems are trademarks of RealityClock.com.
Any trademarks or trade names used on this website are the property of their respective owners.
Copyright 1996-2020 RealityClock.com. All rights reserved. ©

Statistical Disclaimer |  Privacy |  Terms of Service |  Site Map