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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Who Has the Largest Hornet Nest Sculpture in the World?

Answer:

Yoshikuni Shiozawa of Nagano, Japan made a Mount Fuji model measuring 3.766 m (12.25 ft) high and 4.8 m (15.6 ft) wide at the base by joining together 160 hornet nests, containing an estimated 160,000 yellow hornets. Shiozawa is the owner of a hornet museum named Hachi-Tengoku, meaning "Paradise for Hornets", and has created three previous hornet sculptures. All the hornets inside the combined nests live together without conflict as one giant hive.

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