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First Murder Hornets nest found in Washington State

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First Murder Hornets nest found in Washington State

First Murder Hornets nest found in Washington State

Now to the new details on the murder hornet nest found in Washington state, the first ever discovered in the US.

Scientists hoping to stop their spread revealing what they found in that nest.

ABC's Kayna Whitworth reports.


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