Africanized bees kill two dogs in West Texas, injure owner with more than 50 stings


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From San Antonio Express, by Tyler White Pu

This Killer Bee Statue in Hidalgo, Texas is a nod to the historical moment in October 1990 when the first known swarm of these Africanized bees was documented to have crossed into the United States from Mexico and into the little Rio Grande River community in far-south Texas. Photo: Getty Images This Killer Bee Statue in Hidalgo, Texas is a nod to the historical moment in October 1990 when the first known swarm of these Africanized bees was documented to have crossed into the United States from Mexico and into the little Rio Grande River community in far-south Texas.

A swarm of Africanized bees killed two dogs in Midland and injured the dogs’ owner, stinging the man more than 50 times in a frenzied attack.

James Roy of Midland went outside to check on his dogs on Thursday and thought the two dogs were fighting, but they were in fact being attacked by a swarm of bees. The two dogs, Susie and Sammy, were stung more than 1,000 times,according to News West 9, and the dogs later died at a veterinarian’s office in Midland.

The dogs were rescued just under a…

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