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Things You Should Know about Africanized Honey Bees, Part 2

bee swarm - garden grove wasp nest removalIn our last article, we tackled a few characteristics of Africanized honey bees (AHBs). You’ve learned that though they look like European honey bees, they behave quite differently. You’ve also found out why they are referred to as “killer bees”. Now you can read more facts about AHBs that your Garden Grove wasp nest removal experts have prepared!

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Things You Should Know about Africanized Honey Bees, Part 1

img_africanized_bees - huntington beach wasp nest removalAfricanized Honey Bees (AHBs) can be quite defensive and unpredictable. They can be overprotective of their colony. They will not only fight to defend their nest but will also pursue anyone who jeopardizes their home. So if you spot these temperamental bees, call your trusted Huntington Beach wasp nest removal experts who also perform Africanized bee removal.

The reason for their aggressive temperament lies in their genes. The Africanized honey bee is actually a hybrid of a strain of honey bees from Africa, Apis mellifera scutellata. These Africanized bees have inherited many of the behavioral characteristics of their ancestors. African honey bees had to possess these traits in order to survive predators and harsh environmental factors in Africa.

If you want to find out more about these insects, keep on reading! We have prepared some interesting facts you should know about Africanized honey bees.

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