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Killer Bees Haven’t Stung U.S. Honey Production


The much feared Africanized honey bee entered the United States in October of 1990. But despite predictions, researchers say the aggressive bee species has not taken an economic toll on domestic hives. As Michelle McKenzie reports, even though the African honey bee has pushed out domestic honey producers in South and Central America, it hasn’t hurt U.S. beekeepers.

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