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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kuenn, May 11, 2013.
One more thing to be watchful of: http://fxn.ws/10yuM5r
WOW! Maybe we should add that to the new rating system.
Makes me sick to think about. What a horrible way to go. My condolences to his family.
Killer bees (logical assumption) can be an ominous sight in the wild. A few years back our group was in Mexico, San Luis Potosí area, doing an open air pit when a massive swarm (more like small cloud) of KBs passed overhead. I remember thinking at that time we are pretty much helpless if they choose to descend upon us.
That's the interesting thing about them. The Africanized bees have a much greater propensity to swarm and relocate. A friend of mine said that one day while he was washing windows several stories up, hanging in his bosuns seat, he heard a sound that he couldn't explain, then he looked up and saw a cloud of thousands of bees on a mass exodus. He thought he was a dead man, but the bees kept on moving.
I have to worry about just a single bee as I'm allergic. Epi pen anyone?
I'm always concerned that either I'll run into a beehive or step on a rattlesnake, I'm not sure which is worse. This isn't the first instance of bee attacks either, earlier a man died while rock climbing on Camelback Mountain http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/regio...shua-ruzsa-dies-2-survivors-lucky-to-be-alive Best thing you can do is stay alert, be attentive, and educated. Maybe a little luck will help too http://www.maricopa.gov/emerg_mgt/pdf/killerb.pdf