Killer Bees Attack
Roughly three months back, my parents-in-law were attacked by killer bees. According to my father-in-law, he almost passed out due to thousands of extremely painful stings until they were able to reach their car. Thank God that a local hospital is just a few minutes drive from the place of attack. This brings me back to safety issues in the survey field.
Wearing bee protection suit while surveying is not a good idea. I also think of a quick setup tent but protection is very minimal or even negligible if thick smoke is not present. According to the locals, setting up thick smoke is the only guarantee you’ll have in driving out killer bees.
I remember five to six years back that a US or Canada company was developing a smoke bomb for killer bees. I also remember that it comes with different smoke colors – blue, red, yellow.
Any idea? Thank you.
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