by Lee Wyatt
(last updated August 23, 2013)
There has been a lot of information in the news media over the past few years about killer bees. But what are the areas affected by killer bees. Despite what the media may have said, not all areas are currently being affected. Here is some information on not only the areas affected, but also what you can do to deal with the situation if you find yourself needing to deal with them.
Keep in mind that if you are planning on dealing with any killer bees you find personally that you will want to exercise extreme caution. The reason for this is that they can severely injure, possibly even kill (hence the name) anyone that they view as a threat. Be sure to only try and remove them during the coolest parts of the day, and that you are wearing proper protective gear at the same time. Additionally, you should also make sure that no one who is not properly protected is around you when you are doing this work.
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