“Murder Hornets” are known for their aggressive and excruciating sting. But some people view them as a pleasant snack as well.Many hornets including this one have been considered a delicacy to people in Japan. They are preserved in jars, pan fried, and steamed with rice. Although a man named Torao Suzuki is a professional exterminator said that he removed 40 to 50 nests of the hornets a year, getting stung about 30 each season! Although these are common in mostly Japan and can kill up to 50 people a year in Japan, they have been found in the U.S. They are 1.5 to 2 inches long. Since these are The biggest in the bee population the officials are worried that they could affect the bee population. Theses hornets can kill a whole bee hive in just the matter of hours and can affect the pollination that plants need. These hornets are also threatening to humans and pets. Their stingers are larger than bees, more toxic, and can sting multiple times. Although they only sting when they are threatened.