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Hidalgo, Texas: Killer Bee Capital of the World Team Field Report

704 Ramen Ayala Dr., Hidalgo, TX
In front of Hidalgo city hall.
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Killer Bee statue.

Killer Bee Capital of the World

Hidalgo celebrates its unusual distinction of being the spot where killer bees first illegally crossed from Mexico into the U.S. Report...

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World's Largest Killer Bee sign.

Killer Bee Capital of the World

A better address to follow to the Killer Bee statue would be 704 Ramen Ayala Dr. Hidalgo. The bee is actually in the WIC office front yard at that address.

[2rakoons, 01/27/2021]

Killer Bee statue.

Killer Bee Capital of the World

Who doesn't love a giant killer bee?!!

[Leona Lu, 04/07/2010]

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