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What most people refer to as â€œkiller bees,â€ are technically called Africanized Honeybees. These aggressive bees are hybrids of the African honeybee and the European honeybee, and were unintentionally bred through scientific research at the University of SÃ£o Paulo in the late 1950â€™s. Then the worst happenedâ€¦ a few got loose in the Brazilian tropics, and have been migrating north ever since.
One of the scariest features of the Africanized â€œkillerâ€ bee is their aggressive behavior. Additionally, you cannot visually tell the difference between the killer bee and the common European honey bee. They look the same, and spend their time pollinating flowers, crops, and producing honey. In fact, the only way to tell the difference between these bees, other than their aggressive swarming behavior, is through molecular analysis.
The Africanized honeybee is extremely hostile. This behavior is what gives these bees their infamous â€œkillerâ€ reputation. Unlike standard honeybees, Africanized killer bees are effortlessly agitated and aggressive when disturbed. They will chase everything they estimate to be hazardous to their colony, and can continue to be agitated for up to 24 hours. This behavior leads to many Africanized killer bee attacks every year in the United States; some of which have even lead to death in both humans and animals.