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Killer bees

The killer bee known as the African bee was first brought to Brazil in 1956 to increase honey production. These insects are more defensive than other bees and react faster to disturbances. The killer bee can chase a person up to 400 meters and has killed nearly 1,000 people so far. This creature can kill horses, dogs or any other animal

The killer bee appearance

The color of the killer bee is yellow to black and in terms of size and appearance it is almost similar to bees and the only way to recognize them is DNA testing. The killer bee hates loud noises. Killer bees nest on tree branches, in tree hollows, caves, crevices, cliffs, attics and corners of your home. Many beekeepers claim that killer bees are the best producers of honey and pollinators and are better than their European counterparts.

Photo of the killer bee

Killer bees have several characteristics over other common bees, including:

  • More strength
  • Migration faster from place to place due to food shortages
  • It flies to more distant areas for nectar
  • Due to stress, the whole colony leaves the hive
  • Lives in terrestrial cavities
  • They have a higher proportion of guard bees
  • Keeps the hive aggressive
  • In defense of the colony, more bees repel threats

Killer bee spraying

A number of Tehran citizens do not like these pests to be eliminated by bee spraying and are environmentally friendly. The spraying company experts first return the killer bee colony to nature without harming the bee population, and finally, if they have to, spray the entire killer bee colony population in your home if they can. they destroy.

Image of killer bees

Remember that killer bees are not tamed like pets, so do not seek adventure and do not try to feed them. We suggest that you do not approach the killer beehive in any way. And there have been hundreds of reports of killer bees attacking individuals throughout the year.

Symptoms of killer bee stings

  • Symptoms of systemic reactions to killer bee stings include:
  • Swollen red bumps on the skin
  • Burning of the skin
  • Difficulty breathing
  • And the most dangerous reaction is anaphylaxis, the symptoms of which are:
  • Severe shortness of breath to the point of suffocation
  • Swelling of the throat
  • stomach ache
  • Nausea and vomiting and dizziness
  • Loss of consciousness and shock

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