Africanized "killer" bees look so much like a regular honey bee that the only way to tell the two apart is by measuring their bodies. A dangerous stinging insect, Africanized bees have different wing measurements than honey bees.
These bees defend their colony and attack when threatened.
Africanized bees have small colonies, so they can build nests in unique places. They have been known to live in tires, crates, boxes, and empty cars.
Africanized killer bee venom is no more dangerous than regular honey bees. They just tend to attack in greater numbers, which causes more danger to humans.
Because of the aggressive nature of these pests and the enormity of their nests, a pest control professional or beekeeper must address an Africanized killer bee infestation. If you are chased by Africanized bees, run in a zig zag pattern and seek shelter in a house or car.