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#2 - wonderlandman
Reply +98
(12/21/2012) [-]
could be worse

could be a tarantula hawk wasp,so bad ass that killing tarantulas is sex to theses things
#179 to #2 - organicglory
Reply 0
(12/22/2012) [-]
******* cazadors.....
#123 to #2 - evilblah
Reply +7
(12/22/2012) [-]
Via wikipedia:    
   
"In the video game Fallout: New Vegas, the Tarantula Hawks have been mutated inside a research facility known as the Big MT into deadly new creatures called Cazadores, which means "hunters" in Spanish. The adult Cazador is approximately the size of an adult human, and very aggressive."
Via wikipedia:

"In the video game Fallout: New Vegas, the Tarantula Hawks have been mutated inside a research facility known as the Big MT into deadly new creatures called Cazadores, which means "hunters" in Spanish. The adult Cazador is approximately the size of an adult human, and very aggressive."

#48 to #2 - faggotishshit
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(12/22/2012) [-]
That ain't no tarantula hawk wasp, that's a ******* mini Cazador
#20 to #2 - grimmo
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(12/22/2012) [-]
OH **** A CAZADOR
#4 to #2 - allcontent
Reply +13
(12/21/2012) [-]
Japanese hornets are worse dude.
so much worse
#5 to #4 - wonderlandman
Reply +8
(12/21/2012) [-]
are their stings compared to having your blood replaced by fire?
#34 to #5 - slashendrix
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(12/22/2012) [-]
leescalatedquicklyface.jpeg
#6 to #5 - allcontent
Reply +10
(12/21/2012) [-]
Well, they are the most venomous and have been nicknamed "Yak killers"
and besides that they have a 6 mm stinger and its described as "Having a rivet driven into the body"
#9 to #6 - wonderlandman
Reply +8
(12/21/2012) [-]
*looks them up to see for my self*

yea, i now no longer want to live in japan
#32 to #9 - thepyras
Reply +6
(12/22/2012) [-]
Also, I'm pretty sure they're capable of reading.
#22 to #9 - thepyras
Reply +3
(12/22/2012) [-]
Oh, they aren't limited to Japan. I live in Georgia, the state of the US, not the country, and I see them all the time. They're terrifying.
#200 to #22 - funkyrednipples
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(12/22/2012) [-]
I live in Georgia too, Powder Springs, you?
#241 to #200 - thepyras
Reply 0
(12/23/2012) [-]
Close. Let's just say close.
#144 to #22 - TheNewRavager
Reply 0
(12/22/2012) [-]
I'm pretty sure they aren't in the US.
Maybe you're referring to a cicada killer? I've seen them around my area and they are friggin huge compared to regular wasps.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sphecius_speciosus
#242 to #144 - thepyras
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(12/23/2012) [-]
No, looking at the pictures of the Japanese Giant Hornets, it is definitely one of those. There are reports of them all around the southeast, and I've killed a few. Thankfully I've never been stung by one.
#107 to #22 - superanonymouspers
Reply +1
(12/22/2012) [-]
good god, why do you even leave your house?!
#11 to #9 - allcontent
Reply +5
(12/21/2012) [-]
Yeee.. i personally dont ever want to be near one of those ****** demons.

Im ok with wasps and bees. ill hold them.

Hornets of japanese origin... NOPE.jpg
#7 to #6 - allcontent
Reply +4
(12/21/2012) [-]
RED HOT rivet*
#3 to #2 - wonderlandman
Reply +2
(12/21/2012) [-]
and they live in north america

central north america i bleive
#12 to #3 - allcontent
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(12/21/2012) [-]
i live in colorado.. we dont have any that i have seen
#16 to #12 - wonderlandman
Reply +3
(12/22/2012) [-]
probably more central west like Nevada or something like that