Giant 2-inch insects known as “murder hornets” have arrived in the U.S. from Asia for the first time. They got their name because of the potential threat they pose to bees, and now there’s a rush to stop them before they multiply. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports for TODAY.
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‘Murder Hornets’ Arrive In US | TODAY