Killer bees

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Killer bees

Hybrids of African bees accidentally introduced into the wild in South and North America in 1956 and first reported in Texas in 1990. They were first imported by Brazilian scientists attempting to create a new hybrid bee to improve honey production.
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Pugh and Zeledon are expected to make full recoveries after the killer bee attack.
The Worker Bees sent the Texas Rangers to net the Killer Bees wherever they had flown.
4) The Killer Bees Rowing Club conducts a Bee-ginner Rowing class on Lake Quinsigamond.
By the time the killer bees dropped off the radar, something else had come along to replace them, like the comet Kahoutec or the metric system.
Learn to Row Day, hosted by the Killer Bees Rowing Club
Mathers and Lindahl were each 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI as the Killer Bees downed the North Torrance, Calif.
That's because after years in which the Killer Bees and McKenzie Rapids provided opportunities for girls from Springfield to play on Amateur Softball Association of America teams with their teammates, the most competitive young women's team in Springfield this year is the Killer Bees 14-and-under team.
Don't mess with the killer Bees,'' shouted an elated Dennis Gossard, Hudson's father and Crescenta Valley assistant coach, who says his son is closer to 5-7 and 160 pounds.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The Killer Bees of the Eugene-Springfield area won two games Friday but lost the third and were eliminated from the ASA softball 10-and-under national tournament.
Aside from instructing new generations about bees, Weinerth's passion is artificially inseminating queen bees with selected, non-Africanized drones so he can breed out the killer bees that he's discovered in his hives in recent years.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Carly Grabofsky pitched a five-inning one-hitter with six strikeouts to lead the Killer Bees of the Eugene/Springfield area to an 11-0 victory over the ODC Angels of Houston in the first round of bracket play in the 10-and-under ASA national softball tournament Wednesday.
The Killer Bees, as the Roush drivers have come to be called, are thoroughly enjoying their final season in the series.