The “killer bees” one especially ‘got me’. I knew someday they’d arrive in the USA thanks to that show. And – I was here when they did, running an animal removal company with my brother. AND – we faced them – around 2004-ish in Everglades City, as they viciously attacked us and the truck. The sound of thumping as they all tried stinging the truck was embedded in my memory. and they migrated up north – BUT, they did something I didn’t expect from Everglades City to passing through Naples and beyond: Their power weakened. They made the domesticated bees meaner and they became weaker until they merged into one, manageable bee. A little more irritable and cranky than before but not all that much and no killer bees to be found around here at least now.

The “killer bees” one especially ‘got me’. I knew someday they’d arrive in the USA thanks to that show.

And – I was here when they did, running an animal removal company with my brother.

AND – we faced them – around 2004-ish in Everglades City, as they viciously attacked us and the truck. The sound of thumping as they all tried stinging the truck was embedded in my memory.

and they migrated up north – BUT, they did something I didn’t expect from Everglades City to passing through Naples and beyond:

Their power weakened.

They made the domesticated bees meaner and they became weaker until they merged into one, manageable bee. A little more irritable and cranky than before but not all that much and no killer bees to be found around here at least now.

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