In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- There's a giant killer bee on my arm and it's neon orange and it's tickling me!
- Some people are highly allergic to any bee sting, but a single sting from a killer bee will not kill the average person.
- Fire ants are capable of doing more economic damage than another stinging insect, the Africanized honeybee, also called the killer bee, which spread into the state in 1993.
- But I can tell you what it feels like to be attacked by a grizzly bear, gored by a bull, bitten by a venomous snake or attacked by African killer bees.
- Five people are known to have died from the killer bee strings since 1990.
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