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No Need To Panic Over 'Murder Hornets,' According To This Informative Thread

Recently it was announced that the Asian giant hornet, otherwise known as the "murder hornet" had been spotted in North America for the first time earlier this month. While many of us have been downright panicking over it, others have been doing their research, like this woman, who decided to draft up a Facebook post of the misconceptions about our new little yellow friend. We hope it puts your mind a little more at ease!

Interesting Facebook thread explaining why the threat of "murder hornets" is largely sensationalized | Marianne Alleyne Monday at 5:10 PM Dropping some more hornet knowledge (compiled multiple posts have seen come by today, including Annie Rich Thompson): | NY Times ran story this weekend which promptly echoed through local media outlets about Asian Giant Hornet which they so thoughtfully deemed murder hornet so doing, they have blown problem way out proportion.
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'Murder Hornets' Are 2020's Latest Little Gift To Us

Is anyone even phased by anything anymore? At this point, news could break that an asteroid is barreling toward planet earth and literally no one would bat an eye. It seems that May's little "surprise" for us is the Asian giant hornet, or as it's more commonly being referred to, the "murder hornet" that was spotted in North America for the first time just a few months ago. Luckily these guys typically aren't aggressive toward humans, but they are known to decapitate honey bees with their horrifyingly large claws. On the bright side, perhaps this will encourage people to stay inside so we can tackle the pandemic going on? Thanks 2020!

Funny dank memes about the introduction of "murder hornets" to North America | People America seeing murder hornets are being found America first time hiking fish on fire | Covid-19 numbers start decline Murder Hornets Vector's hey
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Sixteen Pics Of Dopey Dogs Who Ate Spicy Flies

We feel a little bad laughing at these pics of dogs who are clearly in a fair amount of discomfort, but what can we say? They're still so damn cute. So without further ado, scroll down for a roundup of pics, and click here for even more cute dog content!

Cute, sad, and funny pictures of dogs who got stung by bees | adorable husky dog in the grass with a swollen snout muzzle pink nose | cute brown dog with long pointed ears and a very round and puffy face poor babies aww
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Bee Memes Celebrating Those Furry little Pollinators

A fun fact about bumble bees for you: there are more than 255 species of bee, the largest being the queen of the Bombus dahlbomii species, which can grow up to 1.6 inches! They reside in the forests of southern South America and have even been referred to as "flying mice" for their insane size! We think bumble bees are fricken adorable, but no thanks on that one!

Cute and funny memes about bumble bees
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Each insect species really does seem to have its own unique personality, most of them slightly annoying, yet pretty harmless in the end. And then there's wasps...

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PETA's Anti-Animal Language Chart Has Turned Into Parody Gold

PETA's marketing team had a serious win yesterday after releasing their chart of alternatives to "anti-animal language." If you missed this, check out our post here. The reactions and trolling have been hilarious, and now people are creating their own memey parodies of the chart. And guess what? They're damn good.

parody gold from anti animal language chart by PETA
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