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just shinning a light doesnt do anything, ive tried it with a flashlight.
at night you can even shake their hive and you will just hear them buzzing inside but they wont fly out and attack. and if any do fly out they will either fly to space or crash into something- they cant see at night. ;D *
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Africanized (a.k.a. killer) bees are not good. They destroy native colonies, and they were the result of a failed genetic experiment. I'd be pissed off if anyone were talking about killing honeybees, but THOSE things, the killer bees, deserve to DIE. And you will be able to tell the difference quite easily. Walk within 10 feet of a honeybee nest and nothing will happen. Walk within 100 feet of a killer bee nest and you'd best be running like hell.

My personal suggestion is to douse it with a high-pressure hose from a couple hundred feet away and shoot sodium metal at it. But to each his own.

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Africanized (a.k.a. killer) bees are not good. *They destroy native colonies, and they were the result of a failed genetic experiment. *I'd be pissed off if anyone were talking about killing honeybees, but THOSE things, the killer bees, deserve to DIE. *And you will be able to tell the difference quite easily. *Walk within 10 feet of a honeybee nest and nothing will happen. *Walk within 100 feet of a killer bee nest and you'd best be running like hell.

My personal suggestion is to douse it with a high-pressure hose from a couple hundred feet away and shoot sodium metal at it. *But to each his own.

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Africanized (a.k.a. killer) bees are not good. *They destroy native colonies, and they were the result of a failed genetic experiment. *I'd be pissed off if anyone were talking about killing honeybees, but THOSE things, the killer bees, deserve to DIE. *And you will be able to tell the difference quite easily. *Walk within 10 feet of a honeybee nest and nothing will happen. *Walk within 100 feet of a killer bee nest and you'd best be running like hell.

My personal suggestion is to douse it with a high-pressure hose from a couple hundred feet away and shoot sodium metal at it. *But to each his own.

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theres really no point in destroying a honeybee nest, even if their africanized, unless its a big problem. africanized bees are very hardy and way more productive than other types of bees, i would actually want a colony of africanized bees-beleive it or not!!
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But africanized bees are EXTREMELY aggressive and they don't produce honey very well, or so I've heard. They also kill all the other bees around them, which is why they need to die. Honeybees are great to have around, and I would never kill them.

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Well there are Honey Bees that are quite docile... then there are
African Killer Bees that are quite aggressive and have been know
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But africanized bees are EXTREMELY aggressive and they don't produce honey very well, or so I've heard. *They also kill all the other bees around them, which is why they need to die. *Honeybees are great to have around, and I would never kill them.

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they are aggressive, but not as bad as most exaggerated people claim.
They are very productive and are kept by some beekeepers for their high productivity rates despite being aggressive.
I dont know anything about them killing other bees- who told you that :-?
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Re: lasers & bees...where do lasers come into play?

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