Warrior Wasp Adventure!

Warrior Wasp Adventure!


(creepy music) – I just know that if
this is more painful than the Bullet Ant, it’s
gonna be one, rough evening for Coyote Peterson. (mellow music) What I’m gonna try to do is
see if I can get Harvester Ants on my hands and let them bite
and sting me for 60 seconds. If you guys want me to be stung
by the Bullet Ant someday, I think you have to
walk before you can run. (grunts) Ah, there’s
one in my neck. Mario, get the one off my neck. (suspenseful music) This is crazy guys,
this is crazy. My nerve’s going this
much for the Velvet Ants. I can’t imagine what
the Tarantula Hawk
and the Bullet Ant are gonna be like. Ow. (grunts) Oh my gosh, guys. It’s super bad. You could feel, go all
the way under the skin. This is the worst
sting I’ve ever taken. There’s no question ’bout it. It’s worse than a Harvester
Ant, it’s worse than a Fire Ant. Now they say that the
sting of a Tarantula Hawk, it’s like being
stunned with taser, all you can do is scream. (dramatic music) Ah. I can’t move my arm. (grunts) Guys, I don’t know. I don’t know, I don’t know. Actually seen the
Bullet Ant face to face, Coyote pack, it is
unbelievably intimidating. (dramatic music) (grunts) Oh, it’s sucking my arm. It’s sucking my arm. (grunts) It’s stinger’s into
my arm, look at that. Oh my gosh, oh my gosh. The Warrior Wasp is in
a league of it’s own. And it is rumored that
this does in fact have the most painful sting
in the insect kingdom. Whoa. (suspenseful music) That is an enormous nest
of angry Warrior Wasps. Stay tuned coyote pack,
the Warrior Wasp challenge is coming. (suspenseful music) The climatic end to my climb
of the insect sting pain index is just days away. Will the Warrior Wasp sting
be the worse I’ve ever taken? Stay tuned and in case
you somehow missed it, make sure to go back and
watch my painful encounter with the one and
only Bullet Ant. And don’t forget, subscribe. So you can join me and
the crew on this season of breaking trail. Two. Oh my gosh, this is it. Three. (animal howls)

Why do Bees Die when they Sting us? | #aumsum

Why do Bees Die when they Sting us? | #aumsum


It’s AumSum Time. Why do bees die when they sting us? I don’t know. But it sounds super sad. Yes. Honeybees are the only bees that die after
stinging. But if they die, why do they sting? Bees only sting when they feel we are a threat
to their queen or their hive. Now, the stinger of a honeybee is barbed. After stinging, it can easily come out, if
the skin is thin. But since human skin is thick, the barbed
stinger gets stuck. Hence, when the bee tries to pull herself,
she ends up tearing the abdomen. Leaving behind her venom sac, parts of the
digestive tract, etc. and thus, killing herself. Now, although the bee is dead, we should make
sure that we remove the sting. Why? Because in spite of being detached from the
bee. The venom sac continues to pump venom, thus
increasing the pain. How do scars form? It is a secret process. I cannot reveal it. No. It’s not a secret process. A scar is formed when our skin tissue heals
itself after an injury. Our skin tissue has collagen. Collagen is a structural protein produced
by fibroblasts. Collagen keeps our skin firm and it is usually
arranged in a basket weave pattern. Can I use this basket to keep my bags of chips? Please listen. When we get injured, our skin tissue gets
damaged. So, in order to heal and close the wound,
fibroblasts produce more collagen. But, instead of arranging in a basket weave
pattern. The collagen cross links and aligns in a single
direction. As a result. The injured area of the skin appears different
from normal skin, thus causing a scar. Why do our muscles get sore? Because they want to go to a spa. No. When we begin to go to gym or perform a new
intense physical workout. Our muscles begin to feel sore the next morning. This soreness is called Delayed Onset Muscle
Soreness or DOMS. DOMS occurs usually after eccentric contractions. What does that even mean? When a muscle is lengthening and contracting
at the same time. It is known as an eccentric contraction. For example, when we lower a dumbbell. Our biceps muscle is slowly relaxing and lengthening. But at the same time, it is still contracting
to hold the heavy weight of the dumbbell. Similarly, in a squat, as we lower ourselves,
our quadriceps muscle is lengthening. But at the same time, it is still contracting
to hold our upper body weight. Such eccentric contractions generate tension
in the muscles. Creating minute tears in them, thus, causing
the soreness or pain. Can animals get a sunburn? Yes. Due to ultraviolet radiation of the sun, animals
can also get sunburns. However, to protect themselves from the harmful
radiation. Different animals have different biological
defenses. For example, reptiles have scales, birds have
feathers. Animals like sheep, dogs and cats have fur
or hair. Sperm whales have a special protein, fin whales
have more melanin, etc. Does anybody have Captain America’s shield? Please listen. Some animals even produce certain substances
to protect themselves from the harmful radiation. For example, hippopotamuses secrete a fluid
made up of red and orange pigments. Some fish, amphibians, reptiles and birds
produce a chemical called gadusol. In addition to this, animals like rhinoceroses,
elephants and pigs take mud baths. It is said that mud acts like a physical barrier
between their skin and ultraviolet radiation. Thus preventing them from getting sunburns.

How to Handle Your Dog’s Wasp or Bee Sting?

How to Handle Your Dog’s Wasp or Bee Sting?


how to handle your dogs wasp or bee
sting dogs are curious they love to run and chase things including insects which
in some cases protect themselves by stinging the dog multiple stings are
dangerous most of the time an insect sting is just painful and irritating for
your dog getting stung several times or stung inside the mouth or throat if
dangerous and requires a trip to the veterinarian bee and wasp stings are
poisons the two most common types of stinging insects are bees and wasps it’s
not the small puncture wounds that cause of distinct pain but the small amount of
poison that is injected the bee stinger is barbed and designed to lodge in the
skin killing the V when the Stinger detaches from the body wasp stingers are
not hot Klan are more painful and if provoked these insects can sting
multiple times most of the time dogs get stun on their faces from investigating
of stinging insects to closely a sting on your dog sensitive nose is
particularly painful some dogs may even get stun on the tongue or inside their
mouth or throat if they try to bite or catch an insect these stings can be
dangerous with subsequent swelling can close your dog’s throat and block his
airway watch for allergic reactions a severe
reaction can be caused by a large number of stings or by an allergic reaction
signs of a reaction include general weakness difficulty breathing a large
amount of swelling extending away from the sting size if your dog is having a
severe reaction you need to take the dog to a vet immediately a simple sting can
be safely left alone it should be bothersome only temporarily if a stinger
is still present try to remove it by scraping it with a fingernail or a rigid
piece of cardboard avoid using tweezers or forceps to remove it unless
absolutely necessary this may force more venom out of the
Stinger administer a remedy for the pains
applying a weak mixture of water and baking soda to the affected area will
help reduce the pain you can also wrap ice or an ice pack in a towel and apply
it to the wound to reduce swelling and pain maintain a watchful eye on your dog
observe your dog closely after the skin incident to ensure an allergic reaction
doesn’t develop if several days pass and the swelling doesn’t go down notify your
veterinary welfare of dogs dot-com updates frequently so we’ve adopted a
number of ways to keep you up to date with what is happening we will share
with you the most important topics

Us vs Wasps!

Us vs Wasps!


*Laughter* Crowd: OOH! That’s rough. None of these things are exactly like a skateboard. Who’s this guy? Brett is from Georgia He was out here in the early days He played the Battlefield soldier in The Glitch Brett was in Footlose, and how he’s back in L.A. I needed some help producing this video And I said c’mon! Let’s do it. So it’s really good to see him. I haven’t seen him in years. We’re gonna go kill some wasps! The backyard is infested With creepy crawlies! There is only one, reasonable thing you do Blast them with Raid! I kill the wasps. Kill the wasps. I kill the wasps… We are going to find the nests of the wasps They will be terminated Without any public trial. It’s gonna be great, they’re gonna die. And then we’ll never have to deal with wasps again! *Laughs* I’m racist against wasps. Kill them! I got em’! They’re drowning in the shit! Drowning! There’s one back there! Cmike: Woah, woah! Derek: Cmike where’s the other one? Sam: So I just had the most eventful Big Bear Market run in my life. So I go there, and I’m gonna snag like you know, Coke Zeros and Sabritones which are my favorites. But, that’s not all I got on my trip. First off, I noticed that had like new jet lighters on display and stuff The guy said something in Spanish, and then the guy was like, lifted under and puts a pipe down And I’m like, “That’s a fucking crack pipe.” *laughs* And the guys is all like tatted up and super skinny and shit. And I was like, “Oooh, so that’s crazy.” So I come back and I’m walking down the street This freaking like, Land Cruiser goes *fast car noise* past me and I’m like, “Who’s driving 50?” Suddenly, another Honda goes *fast car noise* past me and I’m like, “What the fuck is going-?!” And like they almost collide at the end of the street, and like I’m sitting there going, “What the heck?!” The Landcruiser backs up and the other guy parks, blocks him in Opens his door and freakin’ takes out this huge knife And I’m like, “OOOH!” And they guy walks up to the guy and just goes *doosh!* And slices his tire Gets in his car and goes off, freakin’ reverses out of there 50 mph The other guys is like *confused noise* and like, starts driving after him And the car is going *tss tss tss tss tss* And goes flat in front of the VSauce office And I’m sitting there going like, “Dude what’s going on today man?” *Everyone starts laughing* Jake: Hey just another day, man! Sam: Just another day. So that’s a little shocking, man. So Hunter Street , back to its roots, man! Back to its roots, you think it’s getting gentrified; all the hipsters moving in, no dude. It’s crack pipe alley still. Street fights, knife fights, *sighs* all the good stuff. Wren: Oh hey what’s up? Guess what’s in the corridor store? Fresh in stock, go check it out! Derek: *High pitched squeal* Cmikes, where’s the other one? Cmike: One right there! By the flowers! Derek: I can’t kill the flowers! Cmike: He’s by the yellow thing, by the yellow one! Derek: Oh there he is. You bastard! You bastard! It’s not dead yet! I would attack the walls… *High Pitched scream* *More screams* Cmike: There it is. Kill the wasps. I kill the wasps. I kill the wasps… Derek: It was a disaster for the wasps I’m telling ya. End of the story end of the line is: you just don’t mess with the best, ya know? Human beings We are the best, we are the keepers of nature. We dominate all, so… I had to show them who’s boss Another day in the life of a Corridor employee. What else can I say?

Hairy Flower Wasp – Australian Wasp | Short Documentary

Hairy Flower Wasp – Australian Wasp | Short Documentary


The Hairy Flower Wasp is native to Australia and can be identified by their purple-bluish shinny wings, black body and short antennae. The adult Hairy Flower Wasp often feeds on nectar They are often seen flying just above ground level around compost heaps, wood heaps and decaying tree stumps. Being strong burrowers the female Hairy Flower Wasp searches for beetle larva to lay their eggs. First the beetle larva are stung and paralyze, the female lays her eggs and when the baby wasps are hatched they feeds on the beetle larva. The Hairy Flower Wasp can administer a nasty sting. However they are quit placid and not aggressive, unless provoked.

Killer Bees: The Real Zom-bee Apocalypse

Killer Bees: The Real Zom-bee Apocalypse


[ INTRO ] Over the last 60 years, a new type of bee
has slowly been spreading north through the Americas. But these are no ordinary bees. They’re killer bees. They’ll come over to shake hands with their
docile domestic honey bee neighbor, and the next thing you know, they’ve snuck
inside, murdered the queen, and commandeered her workers. And once they’ve set up shop, they defend
their hives with ruthless violence. Disturb a killer bee colony and they attack
by the thousands, pursuing their enemies relentlessly, raining down a hail of venom-laden stingers. But these bees were never even meant to exist. They’re the result of a lab experiment that
failed … and then escaped. The real name for killer bees is Africanized
honeybees, which comes from the fact that they’re a hybrid of two subspecies: the European honeybee and the African honeybee. Africanized bees look almost exactly the same
as european honey bees— even bee scientists need to analyze their DNA to tell them apart. But they sure don’t act the same. The hybrids were created in the mid-1950s
by a Brazilian bee scientist named Warwick Kerr, a mad scientist bent on achieving world domination
using an army of deadly insects. I’m kidding. All he was trying to do was build a better
bee for Brazil’s honey industry. See, honeybees aren’t native to the Americas
— they come from Europe, parts of Asia, and Africa, and were brought here to produce
honey and beeswax. While some honeybees have escaped and started
feral colonies, they’re essentially domestic livestock just
like cows or chickens. And like any domestic species, humans selectively
breed honeybees to enhance desirable traits like honey production or disease resistance. That’s exactly what Kerr was doing. European honeybees are great at producing
honey, but they weren’t doing very well in Brazil. They were falling prey to disease and tropical
predators. African honeybees, on the other hand, produce
less honey, but are better adapted to hot climates like Brazil’s, and are more disease
resistant. Kerr’s goal in crossing the European and African
honeybees was to breed a honeybee that could both flourish in a tropical climate
and produce plenty of honey. The only problem? African honeybees are much more serious about
defending their nest than European honeybees. We’re not totally sure why they evolved
to be so fierce, but it might have to do with the vertebrate
predators that evolved alongside them. Honey badgers do what they want, and if what
they want is to rip open your house to eat all your food and your larvae, you’d have to be pretty fierce too. But in Africa, beekeepers successfully keep
and work with African honeybees, because they know how to deal with their stronger
defensive behavior. So crossing these bees with the European subspecies
seemed like a promising idea. And Kerr’s hybrid — the Africanized honeybees
— did indeed fare better in Brazil’s climate, and they had the potential to significantly
increase honey production in the country. Problem was, they were still very aggressive. And then there was a small, but legendary,
lab accident. One weekend in 1957, while Kerr was away,
a visiting scientist accidentally released 26 of the hybrid queen bees from the experimental
facility. Oops… The bees established colonies in the wild,
interbred with feral European honeybees, and began to spread through South America. Eventually, they reached Central America,
Mexico, and the southwestern United States. This was very bad news for European honeybees,
because the Africanized bees compete for the same resources … and win. They’ll also happily murder the European
queens and take over their hives. The hybrid bees did actually help increase
Brazil’s honey production, but now we have all these super aggressive
hives in other places, too. It’s a weird case of one invasive species
— or subspecies, I guess — replacing another. Except we really wanted the original European
honeybees to stick around. But hysteria about these so-called killer
bees didn’t really get going until almost a decade after they escaped, when Kerr publicly criticized the military
dictatorship governing Brazil at the time. In an attempt to discredit him, the government
and some of the press started calling the Africanized bees abelhas assassinas , or killer
bees, and portraying Kerr as a Dr. Frankenstein
who had created bees that attacked people on command. The truth is, Africanized honeybees are only
sometimes a threat. An individual bee is no more dangerous than
a European honeybee — if you encountered one foraging at a flower,
it would be no more likely to sting you. They’re only more aggressive when defending
their hive. And even if it did sting you, the venom in
its stinger is essentially the same as a European honeybee. Unless you’re allergic to bee stings, it
takes about 1,000 stings to deliver a dose that would be lethal to the average adult
human. The problem is that an Africanized honeybee
colony is much more likely to sting you 1,000 times than a European honeybee colony. In the decades since they were created, Africanized bees have killed about a thousand
people, which translates to about 16 a year. The good news is, there’s evidence that
Africanized honey bees are starting to chill out. Information from beekeepers who work with
Africanized honeybees in Mexico, as well as research on hives in Puerto Rico, suggests they’re exhibiting less extreme
defensive behavior. That may be because they’ve been interbreeding
with the calmer European honeybees. But humans have also been exerting some artificial
selection by destroying especially defensive hives. Still … you don’t want to mess with any
honeybee hive, unless you know what you’re doing and have proper protective gear. Even if it hasn’t been taken over by the
zom-bee apocalypse. Thanks for watching this episode of SciShow! If you’re interested in more weird science
stories like this one, just go to youtube.com/scishow and subscribe. [ OUTRO ]

Is KILLER BEE Honey Dangerous?!

Is KILLER BEE Honey Dangerous?!


(bees buzzing) – [Coyote] Oh boy,
starting to get swarmed. Holy mackerel. Dude, you are like, covered
in bees right now, man. Oh my gosh, my legs are shaking. (percussive music) (tranquil music) – [Coyote] A light breeze
drifts across the desert sand as morning sun crests
above the mountains. All seems calm amongst
the rocky outcrops, yet nestled down between
the cracks and ridges, a powerful giant
quietly slumbers. To disturb this
creature by accident would be a literal nightmare. Disturb it intentionally
and you will likely seal your own fate. Oh boy, starting to get swarmed. Holy mackerel. – [Coyote] It sounds as
if I speak of a creature from a storybook, but
this is no creature of myth and lore. It is a very real animal
that, since the mid 1980s, has become one of
the southwest’s most
notorious threats. Killer bees. So, what is a killer bee? Well, to keep it simple,
it’s basically a hybrid between an African and
a European honeybee. They’re typically more
defensive, faster, and more aggressive
than other bee species. Tucson, Arizona is
just one of the places that has recently fallen under
the cloud of killer bees, and today we will
be working alongside bee specialist Chris Britton. Chris monitors several
beehives that exist naturally in the mountainsides, and our
goal is to extract aged honey from a wild hive so we can
compare it to his locally farmed honey and determine
which one is more delicious. Using a drone will
help us locate the hive and determine exactly how
we should approach it. This is an incredibly
dangerous mission, so to protect ourselves
from the thousands of bees that will be swarming
and trying to sting us, we will be wearing bee suits. We are taking extra precautions
by taping up the wrists and ankles to ensure the
bees cannot work their way into the suits. Okay, so, this is
the moment of truth. We are completely suited up. This is probably going
to be one of the craziest and most dangerous
things we’ve ever done on an episode of Breaking Trail. The following scene was filmed under the supervision
of bee specialists. Never approach a
beehive in the wild. – Okay, Chris, so this is
kind of our last checkpoint, about as close as we
feel comfortable getting without the bees
actually swarming out. Now, I’m looking at the
hive and I see there’s lighter-colored comb
on top, in the middle, it’s slightly golden,
and then at the bottom, it almost looks like it’s brown. What’s the best area for me to
extract comb and honey from? – We’re gonna go right to
the center of this hive. – Okay.
– So, not on the dark and not on the completely light. That light stuff is not
gonna have anything in it. At this present point in
time, the bees are working more into the layers of
comb, so you’re gonna go right to, basically, the
middle, where it’s a little bit golden, but it starts to
turn just a little bit, and there’s some capped
honey right there. It may be last season’s
honey, but it’s right there where the bees are going
to be working, and we’ll be able to just get in
there and grab a bunch. – [Coyote] Okay, cool. Well, I think at this point,
let’s get into the hive and get this honey. You guys all ready? Cutting into the hive causes
no harm to the bees, and this extraction method is commonly
used by honey farmers. In the wild, hives are
often invaded by animals, which, in turn, causes an
increase with productivity, and in a matter of
days, the hive will be completely reconstructed. Okay, I’m right
underneath the hive. Whoa. Look at that. Do not want to get stung. Bees are starting to come out. You can see all the comb here. – [Chris] And over here. – [Coyote] They definitely
know that we’re here. – [Chris] You hear ’em? – [Coyote] I can hear
’em, they’re going crazy. – [Chris] How hard is it? – [Coyote] Wow, it’s
hard, very waxy. Oh boy, starting to get swarmed. Holy mackerel. I’m nervous. You see, they’re trying to
sting in through the mask. (bees buzzing loudly) Here they come. This is the outer layer here. Dude, you are like, covered
in bees right now, man. – [Chris] We gotta hurry up. (intense music) – [Coyote] We are
absolutely surrounded by killer bees right now. Fortunately, they are not
stinging through the suit. I got a couple of
good pieces of comb, but I’ve already come out here. There we go, found
comb with honey. Some stingers are actually
getting through my suit. I am getting stung
at this point. Ow. Jeez, okay, alright, I’m
gonna cut out a big section of comb from right here in
the middle, can you see this? That is all filled with honey. I’m gonna cut through that and
we’re gonna get out of here. Ugh, it’s sticky! This is it, this is good honey! Oh, look at that! Okay. Woo! That is pure, golden honey! Alright, I’m gonna put it
inside the mason jar here. Yep, here, let’s
back up a little bit. I can’t even imagine what it
would be like to be out here and come across a
swarm like this. This could definitely kill you. We are probably surrounded
by 30,000 bees at this point. I mean, it’s absolutely crazy. They’re attacking the GoPro,
they’re attacking the cameras. – The microphone. – [Coyote] The microphones,
everything is getting bombarded by bees right now. – It’s hard to even
touch the camera. They’re just covered in bees. Like, you can’t even tip the… – [Coyote] It’s crazy. Alright, look at that,
that’s about what we want, right there. Woo, that is absolutely
filled with honey. So what are we
doing here, Chris? – I’m basically covering
the air with smoke, so that way we can actually
get the bees to change their pheromones so
you guys can walk away. – [Mark] ‘Cause they’ll
follow us to our car. – Oh, they’ll sting you
all the way to their car. Africanized honeybees
know no limits. – [Coyote] I can’t even
imagine what it would be like to be out here and come
across a swarm like this. This could definitely kill you. Wow. Well, we escaped the
swarm of killer bees. Now, the next step is to
compare the killer bee honey to European bee honey and
see which one tastes better. To the victor go the spoils. What you’re looking at
right there are two jars of delicious raw honey. Now, right here, we
have honeybee honey, and on this side,
the killer bee honey. Now, we certainly had to
go through quite the ordeal to get both of these honeys. They’re all in my face! We are absolutely surrounded
by killer bees right now. But it was totally worth it,
because this is the moment we have all been waiting for. The comparison between
killer bee honey and honeybee honey. Which one is better? You guys ready to find out? – [Mark] Oh yeah, I’m ready. Do we get to taste test also? – Oh, yeah, you guys are
gonna taste this too. Okay, I’m gonna start
with the honeybee honey. We take off the cap here. Wow, that smells
incredibly fresh. Big spoonful right there. – [Mark] Oh, wow.
– I just go for it, right? – [Mark] I think you
go for the whole thing. – Wow. That’s sticky. Oh, really sweet, I can
taste all those granules of honey, they’re starting
to disintegrate in my mouth. Wow. That is delicious, oh my gosh. That is an unbelievable honey. That might be the best
honey that I have ever had. Here, let me get a
little bit of this honey on the tip of the knife. Go ahead there, Mark,
just take a little squidge off there.
– [Mark] Don’t cut myself. – [Coyote] That’s good, huh? – Wow, you could eat that
straight, like, all day. – Wow, I took a big
spoonful of that. – [Mark] You feeling
the sugar rush yet? – Yeah, I think I’m about to. Now, this is what I’ve
really been excited about. Let me get a big…
– [Mark] Get a gooey one. – [Coyote] Hunk of it
out here, let me just scoop some out onto my hand. Yeah, I’m going full
Pooh-bear here, guys. Let me get my paw in there. Oh, yeah. I’ve always wanted to do that. Look at that honey. Look at the different
colors in the honey. You have the darker
honey, and you have the real light golden honey. Think it’s gonna
make me throw up? – [Mark] Nah, man,
it’s like candy. – Whoa! That is crazy sweet! – [Mario] Put the rest in there. – [Mark] Can you
do the whole comb? Hey, Pooh-bear,
how’s that taste? – Very sweet. – [Mark] Very sweet indeed. – This is almost making my
eyes water, it’s so sweet. – [Mark] Bravo, I’m impressed. That was quite the honeycomb
you just had there. – Let me wipe off my
face a little bit here. Little bit more presentable. Wow, that is so sugary! I’m gonna have a major sugar
high for hours right now. You guys wanna try this, right? – [Mark] Yeah. – Stick your finger out, there. Just wait ’til it
gets in your teeth. Soon as it hits your lips. – [Mark] Wow.
– [Coyote] Right? Now, both of these honeys
taste amazing, but honestly? I think the killer bee
honey is a little more tasty and a little more… Gave me a rush of
energy, like, the second that it hit my mouth. But I think both types
would be excellent on anything that
you put them on. Although, going to get
killer bee honey is something that I can never recommend
anybody out there watching ever try and go do. Probably the best way to do
it is to buy from a local honey farmer and have
something that’s pure and granulated, just like this. And you put it on toast,
you can put it on… You name it, honey goes good
on absolutely everything. Ahhh, I can totally feel,
like, a sugar rush coming on right now, that is crazy. My hands are so sticky. – [Mark] Hey, Pooh-bear. – What? – [Mark] You get enough? – No! How did that silly old
bear get his paw into that jar of honey all the time? – [Mark] He didn’t get his
paw stung by bees yesterday. – Yeah, I got fat paw right now. Watch this, two bee
honeys at the same time. (men yelling and groaning) Sugar rush! Full honey face. – [Mark] Mario, there aren’t
any bears out here, are there? ♪ Climbin’ in a honey tree,
Pooh bear, I know he’s out there ♪ It’s me and it’s you, oh
silly oh Winnie the Pooh – Well, I would say we
endured quite a bit to get both of these honeys up
close for the cameras. Aside from wearing the bee
beard, which resulted in me being stung 32 times, to
then scaling the side of a cliff to extract comb and honey
from a killer bee hive, we went through it all
to do this taste test, and at the end of the day, I
have to say that the killer bee honey is actually
the most tasty. I’m Coyote Peterson,
bee brave, stay wild, we’ll see you on
the next adventure. One more handful. Ooh, that’s some good honey. (inspirational music) There are many
misconceptions surrounding the Africanized honeybee. Or, as they have become
famously vilified by so many, as killer bees. Nearly all attacks happen
when a hive is accidentally disturbed, or a swarm is
provoked by a non-professional who is attempting
to exterminate it. And while many people
are stung every year, very few deaths are
actually reported. If you see a swarm or come
across a hive in the wild, quickly and quietly move
in the opposite direction. And if you are looking
for some delicious honey, well, my advice is
to support local and buy it from a honey farmer. If you thought getting swarmed
by killer bees was intense, make sure to go back
and see what happened when I tried to trade in my
fur beard for a bee beard. And don’t forget, subscribe! So you can join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail! They’re all over my face! My eyes! Oh man, my face hurts. – [Mark] You should see the
sting you have in your neck.

World’s Largest Bee Makes Comeback And We Are SCARED

World’s Largest Bee Makes Comeback And We Are SCARED


The Wallace’s Giant Bee was a species of
bee that hasn’t been seen alive since 1981. It was presumed to be extinct. But according to Scientists and conservationists,
they just found a female specimen. And trust me when I say this, this is a big,
big scary bee. Welcome back to inform overload, the news
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are you guys afraid of bees? Have you ever been stung by a bee? Let me know down there in the comments. The Wallace’s giant bee was first documented
in 1958 when british explorer and naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace discovered it when he
was on the Indonesian island of Bacan. He said it was a large, black, wasp like insect
with immense jaws like a stag beetle. Jaws? A bee with jaws? Jesus Christ. The bee was named after Alfred Russel Wallace. Not much is known about the Wallace’s giant
bee. Scientists know next to nothing about its
secretive life cycle. But what they do know is that the females
make nests out of tree resin inside active termite mounds. They burrow into the mounds of soil that are
built by termites. Sometimes these termite mounds are hanging
off of trees 8 feet off the ground or higher. Its been 38 years since The Wallace’s giant
bee has been seen, but scientists found a female be inside a termates nest in a tree
in Indonesia. And it definitely lives up to its name. The wallace’s giant bee is as long as an
adult thumb, 4 times larger than a honey bee. Which is like, how the heck has it not been
seen for almost 40 years. Was it mistaken for a sparrow because I would
understand that. Its wingspan is 25 inches, making it the largest
bee that currently exists on the planet. So how is it that this bee is so much bigger
than other bees? Well scientists think its island gigantism. Species located on islands can grow much larger
than similar species on the mainland because of a lack of predators. Another reason could be that Wallace’s giant
bees were more fit to colonize and survive on a new island. After four days of searching, on the expeditions
5th and final day, a team of scientists and conservationists finally found the female
specimen. They actually were convinced that they weren’t
going to find it, and then, there it was, inside a low hanging termite mound near the
road that they almost didn’t even stop to look at. The photographer described the bee as being
a flying bulldog of an insect. Damn a flying bulldog? I guess that makes sense. Honey bees make a lot of noise as it is, imagine
a bee 4 times the size. His name was clay bolt and he was the one
that took the first pictures of the bee alive. This discovery is exciting for scientists
who were worried that the Wallace’s giant bee had gone extinct. Maybe this means that there are some little
pockets of them still surviving. But that doesn’t mean that this species
isn’t in danger. Its habitat is threatened by deforestation,
and there are also collectors out there who probably know that the bee still exists. Robin Moore, conservation biologist with global
wildlife told the Indonesian government about the discovery and took steps to ensure that
the species remains protected. As you might already know by now, bee populations
across the world are headed toward extinction because of pesticides. According to Time magazine, populations of
more than 700 north American bee species are declining as a result of habitat loss and
pesticide use. We need bees because they pollenate flowers
and other plants. Bees pollinate 70 out of 100 crop species
that feed 90 percent of the entire world. Honey bees are responsible for 30 billion
dollars worth of crops every year. Those crops don’t only feed us, they feed
the animals that many humans eat. This discovery is definitely good news when
it comes to insect conservation, which is very important to life on earth. Anyways friends, that’s all I have for you
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Why Do Bees Sting? | Learning Video For Kids | Toddler Fun Learning


Why do Bees Sting?! What a good question, let’s follow this
Bee and find out! Hello there Mrs bee…you do seem like you’re
a VERY busy bee indeed …do you think you could find time to answer
our question? You could? Fantastic! What IS it that you’re (quite so busily)
up to? You’re busy collecting special ingredients
…ingredients from the flowers? I see…but ingredients for what? I know!! HONEY! Ah…you’re collecting ingredients for making
honey…is that right? Oh BOY – I LOVE honey! runny, honey in my tummy Mrs Bee, that bear isn’t hiding very well
is he? What do you think he’s looking for? Mrs Bee? I really must know. Why DO you sometimes sting…? Because it actually really really hurts! What? …It hurts you too? It hurts you when you sting? What? You DIE when you sting?! Oh
Mrs Bee – how sad! But then why oh why…especially if you die…would
you sting someone? If they made you angry…or scared You sting when you’re angry or scared? What kind of things would make you angry or
scared then Mrs Bee? Ah… the bear getting close to your home! You’re scared that the bear will eat all
the honey? What! Do bears eat the honey and the babies too? And that makes you angry doesn’t it? Well no wonder …if the bear did that, you’d
not only have NO honey to eat…you’d have no bees to grow
up and help you make it either would you Mrs Bee? Looks like that bear won’t be back any time
soon… Thank you so much for helping us answer our
question! Thank you Mrs Bee!!!