An invasive species can cause unprecedented damage to the environment around them. Just look at the current situation in the Florida Everglades.
These Japanese hornets are another prime example of how devastating an invasive species can be to the species around them. It may sound like 30 giant wasps have no chance of taking on 30,000 honey bees and winning, but that’s not the case. These giant wasps don’t just win, they absolutely massacre 30,000 honey bees in just three hours.
With no natural defense against them, the honey bees never stood a chance and the wasps are free to feed on their larva.