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Attack of the Killer Bees

Bees on a honeycomb.
A single swarm of Killer Bees can deploy 80,000 stingers, chase predators for a quarter of a mile, and bring down a creature as large as a horse. Expanding their range by 200 miles per year, killer bees have pushed farther north than many scientists thought possible and are now colonizing the southern United States. National Geographic Channel follows scientists, beekeepers and exterminators on a quest to stop the invading hordes in Explorer: Attack of the Killer Bees.