The Japanese Giant Hornet is...well...giant!
These insects live on the Japanese islands where they create huge nests in trees.
The giant hornets eat other insects.
Farmers find these guys super helpful because they eat pests that would otherwise attack crops.
In many small mountain villages, the hornet is considered a tasty treat.
They simply fry them up and eat them.
People want to avoid being stung by this hornet.
This insect is listed as the most lethal creature in Japan.
On average, 40 people every year die after being stung by a Japanese Giant Hornet.