Hornets ’4 times size of a wasp’ on deadly rampage http://www.wnd.com/2015/05/hornets-4-times-size-of-a-wasp-on-deadly-rampage/ Asian hornets about four times the size of a regular wasp – the same type blamed for killing six in France in the last year – have touched down in Britain and begun terrorizing the local honey bee population. The species is the largest wasp in the world and its venom contains eight kinds of chemicals. Swarms can takes out a bee colony in just a few minutes, Express reported. They hit up to three inches in size and will, when provoked, attack people. Just this past year, six in France were killed by Asian hornet stings, Express reported. .