Giant Hornets Killer Instincts

Giant Hornets Killer Instincts

In the lush Japanese countryside, a deadly mother awakens from a long slumber. A relentless predator ready to kill anything it gets its pincers on. It is the giant Hornet. Each year a single queens rises from her winter hibernation with the sole purpose of building a deadly army. And when she sets out to feed this army, no one, not even the Mantis is safe.
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Growing up to 7cms long, this beast is the largest wasp in the world and is armed with a different set of jaws. Unlike those of fish, mammals and reptiles, the hornets jaws are positioned outside her mouth. Her sharp pincers open horizontally rather than vertically and are backed by supernatural strength. More powerful than animals many times her size. But the Mantis has its own bag of tricks and will not go down without a fight. Two extraordinary predators, each possessing powerful jaws and deadly reputations. Both predators are built for the kill but only one will walk away from this battle of the jaws. The hornet is driven by merciless instinct and there is nothing that can stop her violent frenzy. Her massive jaws tear through the neck of her victim and a champion has fallen. She will bring her prey back to the nest to feed her growing army. When the royal mother has raised enough workers to do the killing, she becomes an egg laying machine, laying 100s of eggs per day. But as the army grows, it demands sustenance, meaning that all free jaws must kill. When a finds potential prey, she signals her sisters and aunts to attack. Hornets will kill anything they can, even their smaller cousins Yellow hornets. One pinch from each massive jaw decapitates the helpless yellow hornet. Giant hornets have a double threat arsenal with their giant jaws they can man handle an insect twice their size. But they also posses a toxic venom and its delivered through a deadly stinger, 5mm long. And even to a human it’s a potentially lethal injection. More than 40 people die every year from the sting of these monsters. Lethal pincers and powerful venom make the hornet a truly dangerous insect. But the deadly engineering of a another kind of jaw combines it…
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