The maid of honor acted quickly to stop the bee from potentially ruining the wedding.
The non-native yellow-legged hornet, a fearsome predator of honeybees, has been detected in the United States for the first time.
The bees were filmed engulfing the entrance to the property in Pennsylvania, which suffered significant damage.
The microscopic C. elegans worms were found to be able to leap, both alone and in a large group, and stick to a passing insect using an electrical charge.
Elisha Bixler described what she witnessed as the "most brutal" thing she's seen in her time as a beekeeper.
"I have never experienced anything like this. I had been stung many times before but nothing where it was more than 10 or 15 stings," said John Fischer.
The man can be seen trying to swat the bees away, as they continue to surround and attack him.
A professional bee remover found the hive of angry bees under the roof of a nearby house.
Joy Chew told Newsweek she grew concerned after seeing "bees gathering on our roof, where it touches the neighbor's."
Firefighters who responded to the scene found several people with stings scattered and requested support from paramedics.
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"The queens that started these populations most likely got to the island by accident, perhaps displaced by violent storms," bee expert Lars Chittka told Newsweek.
"The bees were trying to get in to rob, so I spent about a half hour and opened roughly 100 boxes for the bees to clean up."
Cockroaches, a serious pest in both homes and agriculture, are usually controlled using pesticides that can also affect pollinating insects.
Austin Bellamy, 20, had been trimming branches on a tree when he accidentally cut into a bees nest, causing a swarm of African killer bees to attack.
The heartwarming note was found years after her father's death, which touched the hearts of thousands of users on Twitter.
Fort Stanwix, located in Rome, New York, and known as the fort that never surrendered, is one of the landmarks of American history.
The council-run company defended its actions after angering local volunteers who built the garden just two days before its removal.
Male honey bees will die from heat shock at temperatures above 107 degrees Fahrenheit, ejaculating as they perish.
"Oh no! no more spicy flies for this guy," one user said.
Authorities believe the culprit, who stole 400,000 of the insects, is another local beekeeper.
Police Sergeant Steve Applewhite said the crime was of concern as not only did it mean a person's property had been taken, but as a beekeeper himself, he was worried about the welfare of the bees.
"Imagine being able to grasp the wasp firmly enough so that it doesn't move, but not so hard that it gets crushed," one commenter said.
Researchers say their study results underline the importance of evaluating biodiversity benefits from different perspectives.
Witnesses described how firefighters had to use their hose to clear away the vast amount of bees that were swarming around 53-year-old Franco Galvan Martinez.