The Worker Bees sent the Texas Rangers to net the Killer Bees
wherever they had flown.
"Only about half as many killer bees
picked up the association after a single trial, the researchers found," she added.
North Eugene pitcher Carly Larson and outfielder Lacy Cook also are playing for the Killer Bees
, along with twins Amber and Ashley Litalien.
That killer bees
haven't proven to be the destroyers of civilization is demonstrated by their now wide geographical distribution.
* "Take something negative like killer bees
and figure out a way to put a positive spin on it," says honey-mustard maven Reed Booth.
They were quickly dubbed "killer bees
" because a large group of them would attack those who annoyed them, and it was estimated that over a thousand people had been killed by their persistent repeated stings.
The killer Bees
whipped the Panthers 61-29 in the first leg of their KO Cup quarter-final replay, and now look certain to face local rivals Wolverhampton in the semi-finals.
The latest in a long line of very smart digital cameras, the FinePix F700 is the first to be operated by a host of miniature killer bees
packed into its casing.
Martin was called in to exterminate the six-foot, 300-pound hive, which was home to 60,000 Africanized honeybees (AHBs), commonly known as "killer bees
." Unlike their subdued cousin, the European honeybee, AHBs are viciously territorial: Take one step too close to a colony and the bees attack!
Choices include alphabetical or subject (e.g., arts, history) browse, "Wonder Questions" such as "Are there really 'killer bees
'?", literary selections ranging from Tom Sawyer to the U.N.
With their fearsome moniker and potentially fatal attacks, the danger killer bees
pose to their human victims is well known.
Two decades ago, when John Belushi dressed as a chubby killer bee
on Saturday Night Live and bellowed, "Your honey or your wife," killer bees
were hot news.