Murder hornets are worsening our planet's pollinator crisis 1

Murder hornets are worsening our planet’s pollinator crisis

 

Scientists are worried about the invasive murder hornets, not because of their sting, but because of their diet.

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15 comments

    1. @Brad Yelich if one believes in murder hornets they’d probably believe in cliff leaping lemmings imo.

    1. That rarely works out. Usually whatever you bring in to eat the offending animal/insect/weed also eats or kills things not intended.
      We know all about that up here our Ministry of Natural Resources have screwed so much up that way.

  1. And yet we have a guy who has dementia running the U.S.A. and that never seems to bother you.

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