Our species likes to consider itself the master of the planet, but every now and then animals decide to remind us how staggeringly outnumbered we are by grouping together, seemingly for the express purpose of showing humans that we are barely competent meat puppets without our vaunted tool-building skills.
5 Escaped-Bee Attacks Are a Thing, Horrifying
Truck driver Josh Call was returning to his rig after a coffee stop in Phoenix when he was suddenly attacked and stung over 20 times by a rogue swarm of bees that escaped from another truck, because apparently Call was hauling a trailer full of honeycombs and gypsy curses.
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Meanwhile, a few states over in Atlanta, Georgia, a truck loaded with millions of honeybees overturned on the interstate and unleashed a thick, buzzing cloud of biblical vengeance on unsuspecting motorists, staining the motorway with gallons of honey that took more than half a day to clear away (the cleanup was presumably orchestrated by a team of forgetful bears).