Washington state captures 'murder hornets'
It's not a plague of Locusts, but an invasion of giant hornets. That's worrying scientists in Washington state. CBS news correspondent Steve K. Thin as a story the Asian Giant Hornet also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizen. This is trapped. 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine, but they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone have one of the more painful stings.