Africanized "killer" bees looks so much like a regular honeybee
that the only way to tell the two apart is by measuring their
bodies. A dangerous stinging insect, Africanized bees have
different wing measurements than honeybees.
These bees defend their colony and attack when threatened.
Africanized bees have small colonies, so they can build nests in
unique places. They have been known to live in tires, crates,
boxes, and empty cars.
Africanized killer bee venom is no more dangerous than regular
honeybees-they just tend to attack in greater numbers, which causes
more danger to humans.