Scientists have returned to the crime scene to end a job they started last week – and they seem to have succeeded, capturing not only one, but two queen murders.
Officials from the Washington State Department of Agriculture went on another mission earlier this week, suspecting that there were still plenty of deer in its trunk, not to mention at least one queen who was last caught in their clutches. Was saved.
Turns out, they were right and then something … Not only was there a queen still drowning, but there was another one completely fixed. And, the crew got both!
Watch this video that documents their process. First, they cut down the tree in question, wrapped it in plastic, lowered the middle, sprayed the inside with carbon dioxide to surprise, and then opened it with heavy duty duty equipment to remove what they found. .
What was that … two giant queens, whose size you can see from the tees that were placed after this fact. Scientists believe there must be a new one, and there may be an OG … that helped spread the edema – where many others were developing almost completely in what the crew called white cells. . It’s generic all around … see.
For now, it appears the mission has been completed in Blaine, WA – although the WSDA says it will continue to look for other Hernandez that may still be roaming. They will also study the hornets they receive – to understand the species further – to find dozens of values.