Hornet and wasps. Best of one day. Hornissen u. Wespen 30.8.2018 SONY RX10 IV

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mitzyismad : Wonderful photography. What a nasty bugger the big one is.

Charles Russell : Jeeze that European Hornet is straight gangsta LOL

mrbutter 100 : Sorry, I couldn't see any of the footage because the cameraman's titanium balls were in the way.

Maarten van Rossem Lezingen : Glad I'm not a wasp. Imagine having to share your kitchen with a lion the size of an elephant that wants to eat you.

Millersaur 1 : Then they realize the camera man has more honey in his pocket.....

lewistaylor1965 : Fantastic footage...I remember as a child when I had a microscope for my birthday...We took the head of a wasp and took a look at it...Another story...A friend of mine in Devon UK was told by his wife to get rid of a hornet that was flying around the kitchen...He used a towel to catch it and then flapped the towel in the garden hoping the hornet would fly out but he didn't see it...He then took a look at his arm and the Hornet was on his arm stinging him...He went back inside and a few minutes later his wife told him to look at his legs...They had gone discoloured and patchy...He says the next thing he remembers was the ambulance guys bringing him round...He went to hospital where he fainted again...He is ok now but I believe he'd gone into anaphylactic shock from the stings...He's in his mid-forties...So be careful around those big Hornets

Tanner Hamilton : Wasp: "What are you?!" Hornet: "I'm you, but stronger."

Quadrenaro : I wonder what would happen if you put LSD in it.

B.G.B Beezo100 : 2:41 Roar Roar imma big scary hornet

Benjamin Esposti : 3:23 The European Hornet has 5 eyes ... two big compound eyes, and three simple eyes (like, think of it as one pixel). The simple eyes react faster than the compound eyes.

D Eg : Thanks for not including stupid music.

Naja Olsen : 3:36 little wasp has balls💪

Ellesmere Wildwood : Here in Australia, we have some of the deadliest little and big creatures on Earth. But thankfully, we don't have hornets ! My hat's off to camera guy !

Super Maus : Any years ago in summer visited me a hornet every day in my house. Came in, took a sight-seeing-flight in my sitting room with a deep sound, sometimes only 50cm away from my face and left the house again. In two following years. Unfortunately it dissappeard. Hornets are fascinating. I also had already birds and bats in my rooms. If you stay quiet they are absolutely harmless and leave again. At least this is my experience.

Jarrod A : Did I just watch a kidnaping?

Dave Rucci : Did he just rip that one dude in half??? 😱

statealchemist000 : Neat, now crush them.

j;j gaming advanturn Jeremias. : King Wasp: HEY! That my spot ! Wasp: No is not! that My Spot So Scram off! King wasp:you Want to Fight?! Wasp: YEAH I WANT TO FIGHT!! *PUNCH SLAP BITE* King Wasp I got you

TheBeastModeGamer : Hey... I feel something on my leg ...

RadekCrazy1 : 0:38 That why I love the hornets! I never get how can be people mad at them. Unlike Wasps they are passive and non agressive towards humans unless you attack their nest.

GodHatesEveryoneWhoDoesn'tReadTheBible : I like eating wasps. They have this crunchy texture yet also very slimy. They have a bitter aftertaste but I don't mind. Like if you know what I'm talking about!!!

Hulkavegur ! : Im 1000× bigger than a Hornet but i would still run 30 miles per hour when i would see one of those...

BYERE : You have to give respect to this guy... I would NOT want to be anywhere near those wasps while they're calm, let alone when they start getting angry while fighting the hornets!

Dave Rogers : One of the many amazing thing l witnessed as a child was a large blue bottle (type of fly ) was feeding on dog poo, ! Then a hornet desended on the blue bottle ,grabbed with its legs and flue into the air, ! The B B was ovosly struggling , the hornet tighten it's grip flu a bit higher then bit the blue bottles head clean off, I saw the head fall to the ground , and the hornet then flu off! Insects are fasanating

Tine de Jong : Wow what is this beautifully filmed and so close up. I am not afraid of wasps but for such a big insect the hornet. Than I stay at a distance. They are not fine insects and they kill also wasps but they don't eat them themselves. They grind the wasp with their jaws to a porridge and feed this to the larvae. The larvae in turn give a sweet liquid to the workers who use the sugars as fuel to fly and catch even more insects. So yes, if a wasp comes too close to him, he will kill it too. My compliments for this beautiful video.

TheCormTube : Ever had one of those days when you're down the pub with your mates and a guy who is literally 3 times your size comes in, steals all your drinks then carries one of you back to his house to keep to his children?

Richard Stuckmeyer : What a brave man is the photographer.

stay positive : Usually more of an ant guy, but this video is amazing. Thank you very much!

Rich W. : I fear harm coming to my child, and I fear these winged monsters. Thats all. Bees, don't bother me, but these things scare me.

Be Lieve : Not a fair fight, that dude was clearly fighting out of his weight class.

ap xpandy : Great photography - Thanks! Some of your shots are fantastic, especially all the little wasp-tails up in the air, twitching in unison! Hope you didn't get too many biotes!

D. Ryan Shaw : The internet brings me to some weird places, but I'm sure glad it brought me here! They're so savage!

Alexander Caso : Love how the big one raises it’s front legs like “what’s up ! do something” To scare the others off lol

Tom Elmore : ...shot by a braver man than me...

Brendan Ford : 20 Yellow jackets VS 1 THICC, stingy boi

Max Power : Amazing HD footage. 11/10 Also, 11/10 for the having the bravery to stand that close to them. 😆

VENOM 123 : 3:37 Take this you monster!!!! 3:38 what was I thinking

Martin Beneš : Am I weird when I was afraid of a cameraman? I had fear the wasps would sting him.

Some dude : 1:54 you could clearly see the hornet going after the wasps neck! Awesome shot man!

vidyaWolf : It's the wasps fault for entering the hornet's kill-zone. "But the hornet came to disturb the wasps", you might say. If the wasps don't move out of the hornet's kill-zone, then by definition they are entering it. The mighty hornet warps the laws of physics to it's will. Your argument is invalid.

Ya Sure thing : Woop woop it’s the sound of the police3:04

Ray Mak : The big one was like, go away, go away!!!

Hasib Imam : ATTACK ON TITAN!!

Abu Nation : That's just a Yellow hornet, the Japanese Giant hornet is even bigger LOL

Deepest : 3:16 spitting some fire lines

yandere zach : Dude if you got stung by that Giant hornet i bet it would hurt more then a normal sting

cokpikes : ich liebe hornissen

Janitra Falah : 2:42 Dont Touch my Food !

Justnoah 2004 : The sound gave me chills

DooBick : Its similar to attack on titans