I'm glad these guys found it, cause I wouldn't want to run into this thing in the wild.

Wallace's Giant Bee hadn't been seen since 1981. But scientists spotted the world's largest bee in January. Somehow, it remained hidden from the world for nearly four decades by inhabiting a remote area of the world.

You're probably used to seeing the bees that are around Louisiana. Well, these things are MASSIVE compared to those. Note the mandibles on this thing!

The mandibles rival that of a stag beetle, which is unheard of in the insect community.

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