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The World’s Most Painful Insect Sting - Justin Schmidt

Video   Apr 28, 2021 | Taken from TED-Ed, YouTube

 

One of these three creatures is thought to possess the world’s most painful insect sting: there’s an ant that forages in rainforest canopies, a bee that protects a hive of delectable honey, and a wasp that paralyzes tarantulas. So which has the nastiest sting? Justin Schmidt describes and ranks the pain inflicted by each insect.




 
 
 
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