Africanized bees quickly spread throughout Florida

Just seven years after they were first spotted in the Tampa area, African honeybees have become well-established throughout South Florida. Experts estimate that up to 80 percent of all wild bee colonies in the area are now hybridized with this aggressive, often-irritable strain.

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