The stingers on the Asian giant hornet, or vespa mandarinia, measure 6mm long and their venom is some of the most deadly in large amounts. On the ends of their orange heads, they have a black tooth which is used for burrowing, according to etymologists. Local authorities dispatched police officers to destroy the hives; as of right now, 710 have been destroyed. The epidemic of hornets is most likely due to the warmer than normal temperature and the fact that the hornets become more aggressive during the Fall breeding season. Those who are stung can remain in the hospital for days, even months, while receiving dialysis treatments to rid the toxins and to wait until the craters in their bodies heal where stingers punctured the skin.
Regardless, if you see one of these coming at you, kill it with fire. Or just burn yourself alive.