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Attack of the Killer Bees DVD Exclusive

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A single swarm of killer bees can deploy an attack force of 80,000 stingers, chase predators for a quarter of a mile, and bring down a creature as large as a horse. Killer bees have pushed farther north than many scientists thought possible and are now colonizing in the southern United States. Can scientists, beekeepers, and exterminators stop the invading hordes?


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  • © 2006
  • 1 disc; 52 minutes

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