Killer bees have been spreading northward in the US up to 200 miles a year since the 1990s. If global warming continues, it will likely worsen.
Africanized honey bees, a.k.a. killer bees, were brought to Brazil in 1956 in order to try and successfully introduce a honey making species of bee to the tropical area. In 1957, many of them escaped and began breeding with local populations creating hybrid bees. The killer beer can now be found in most of mid and southern Texas, throughout Arizona, one-third of New Mexico, the southern third of California, and even in Nevada.
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