I have received hundreds of emails regarding my post Attack of the "Digger Bees".
Many suggested getting an EpiPen® (epinephrine) Auto-Injector? for Liz and we will do that.
Many pointed out that "digger bees" are not bees but rather wasps. That is something I knew but did not mention in my post.
I responded to some individuals that I like bees, and even have a "humble bumble" home for bumblebees, and I put out nests for mason bees.
With that backdrop, some of you may be interested in Giant Deadly Hornets Kill Dozens And Injure Hundreds In China.
Deadly hornets have killed at least 28 people in China following a string of recent attacks that have injured hundreds.
A number of tragic cases have been reported, including a mother and son who died after being surrounded by a killer swarm.
A man who tried to help them suffered kidney failure after the giant hornets chased him for 200 metres and stung him repeatedly on the head and legs, The Mirror reported.
In the city of Ankang alone, 18 people have died from the stings, while a further 212 people have been injured health official Zhou Yuanhong told Associated Press.
Experts are blaming the vicious attacks on Asian giant hornets, which terrifyingly grow up to 5cm in length. The mammoth insects also wield a stinger in excess of 6mm long.
The natural predators have jaws powerful enough to chew through regular protective bee suits and their venom, which they can spray, dissolves human flesh.
If their venom lands in the eyes, the eye tissue will melt, according to a National Geographic documentary.
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