There’s been a lot of election buzz this week in the Keystone State but that’s not the only thing happening in our nest. A recent report on animal attacks in the U.S. found that Pennsylvania ranked eighth in the nation with 148 deaths caused by animals since 1999. Despite the commonwealth’s vast number of bears and snakes, the report found the majority of deaths were caused by hornets, wasps and bees. We also saw the state police get a new queen and a former county official feel the sting of law enforcement. (Womp, womp.)
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