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Asian Giant Hornets grow to be 1.5 to 2 inches long and are generally found all around Asia, in places like Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea.
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“This is our window to keep it from establishing,” Chris Looney, an entomologist at the WSDA, told the New York Times. “If we can’t do it in the next couple of years, it probably can’t be done.”
If you spot a suspected Asian Giant Hornet, the WSDA says to call your state’s department of agriculture.