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Vibrate prey to death

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Guest: False Info (2996 days ago)
Latest comment: The bee does this, the temperature rises but the hornet survives that easily. The bee's create enough CO2 in the ball they trap it in to suffocate it. Then again I got this fact off another video on the internet. The only reason to doubt this one is the annoying voice over.
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Latest comment: The bee does this, the temperature rises but the hornet survives that easily. The bee's create enough CO2 in the ball they trap it in to suffocate it. Then again I got this fact off another video on the internet. The only reason to doubt this one is the annoying voice over.
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Guest: evilalien (3356 days ago)
bundle!!! it's nasty pay back for what the hornets do to the hives they attack.
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bundle!!! it's nasty pay back for what the hornets do to the hives they attack.
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Guest: Billy-Bob Murphy (3505 days ago)
The hornet isn't the bees 'prey', the hornet nest send out a single hornet to search for a bee nest and to guide all of the other hornets there later, rather than all the hornets go out at once to search. They only do this to protect their hive from the whole swarm of hornets, which they stand no chance of defeating, it isn't like they eat it: it isn't their 'prey'
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The hornet isn't the bees 'prey', the hornet nest send out a single hornet to search for a bee nest and to guide all of the other hornets there later, rather than all the hornets go out at once to search. They only do this to protect their hive from the whole swarm of hornets, which they stand no chance of defeating, it isn't like they eat it: it isn't their 'prey'
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Guest: tuan (3314 days ago)
that is wicked!i mean wicked in an ace way of course...
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that is wicked!i mean wicked in an ace way of course...
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Guest: (3225 days ago)
Thoses Japanese... what will they think of next
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Thoses Japanese... what will they think of next
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Guest: (3351 days ago)
Hmm Roast Hornet, just like mom used to make.
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Hmm Roast Hornet, just like mom used to make.
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Guest: ShinyHoof (3610 days ago)
I wonder how this evolved?
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I wonder how this evolved?
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Guest: (3383 days ago)
looks very fake
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looks very fake
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