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World’s Largest Hornet

18 Comments to World’s Largest Hornet

  1. I’ve seen videos of this. It’s the Giant Hornet of Japan. They are about two and a half or three inches long. Something sounds so familiar about a giant something living in Japan. ;) :) :D :P

  2. Douche Nozzle on January 6th, 2012
  3. Those things will invade and destroy honey bee nests. We probably watched the same video.

  4. LH on January 6th, 2012
  5. achdulieber on January 6th, 2012
  6. OMG! I want to go to Japan but now I’m scared to! I hate wasps and bees and anything that stings! That thing downright creeps me out! It’s horrifying that a wasp could get that big, just like the huge spiders of Australia.

  7. Kendall on January 7th, 2012
  8. That’s what happens when nuclear waste leaks into the ocean.

  9. JoBo on January 7th, 2012
  10. Fake

  11. Bird on January 7th, 2012
  12. Asian hornet – definitely not fake, and definitely unrelated to nuclear waste, Japan has had these (along with other parts of Asia) for probably longer than it has had people. Would not want one on my hand though. Pain from sting is like a six inch nail fired into you from a nailgun apparently, not something I’d care to experience

  13. Peter Jenkins on January 8th, 2012
  14. Real–just google it–I’m never going to study abroad there. Although they’re supposed to only be in the mountains…The whole disruption could’ve driven them closer to cities.

  15. Inez P. on January 8th, 2012
  16. These are real and are in the US

  17. Dennis Perkerson on January 8th, 2012
  18. I would hate to encounter their nest.

  19. NoveltyFishHead on January 8th, 2012
  20. I bet that sting hurts like a mo-fo, LOL

  21. Bill on January 8th, 2012
  22. This is actually either the Japanese Hornet or the European Hornet. I am assuming it is the European Hornet, since the Japanese one is very hostile and the sting can have very bad results. We have the European Hornets here on Lookout Mountain in GA. They are over two inches long, sound like someone is throwing a baseball at your house when they hit windows and doors, and really freak me out. They really are huge!

  23. Mune on January 9th, 2012
  24. we have our own giant hornet here in the USA on the east coast (Maryland)
    we called it a sumack hornet and they were easily 1.5-2 inches you could hear there hives easily 200 feet away, supposedly if you were stung more than once you would not survive because the hives were located way out in the forest so trying to get help was usually not a successful venture. So if a nest was found locals would go out at night to the location and spray it down with lot of gasoline and light it up

  25. ronthewolfman on January 10th, 2012
  26. I just peed myself! I have seen those things on nature shows and they scare the bejeezuz out of me.

  27. Val on January 10th, 2012
  28. All insects scare me. That being said, if this thing flew at me, I would piss myself then faint in a pool of urine.

  29. Brattus Rattus on January 10th, 2012
  30. Ya…I know you’ll think I’m nuts but I think I saw one of these in Altanta. I’m a truck driver and was droping a trailer and this THING landed on my door. I was scared to get out of my truck. it was a hornet of some kind, and close to the same size as the one in this picture. I think the one I saw was slimmer.

  31. gloria stone on January 12th, 2012
  32. Brattus, I’d be quickly there to lick it up. Also any corn that leeked out too!

  33. Popanator on January 15th, 2012
  34. Please…

    This looks fake and even if it was real I’ve seen bigger.

  35. Tabby on June 8th, 2012

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