'Attack of the Murder Hornets' documentary shows Washington's hunt for the invasive species

The documentary “Attack of the Murder Hornets” is available on Discovery+. It shows the work of scientists to find and eradicate the invasive Asian giant hornets.

WHATCOM COUNTY, Wash. — A newly released documentary focuses on the discovery of Asian giant hornets in Washington state and scientists pursuit to eradicate the invasive species.

The 90-minute film is called “Attack of the Murder Hornets,” and it debuted on Discovery+ on Feb. 20. 

The Washington Department of Agriculture (WSDA) said a production crew spent six weeks in Washington last fall filming beekeepers, researchers, and WSDA staff for their documentary. 

By chance, the filming began

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