What do killer bees eat?
So-called killer bees, more properly called Africanized honey bees, eat the same as any other honey bee: pollen and nectar.
If by "killer bees" you mean Africanized honey bees, then the answer is no. Honey bees are vegetarians that eat nectar (carbohydrate) and pollen (protein) gathered from a variety of plants. When pollen is very scarce, they have been known to consume their own drone larvae to supply the necessary protein. However, honey bees cannibalizing their young is rare behavior. On the other hand, wasps such as hornets and yellow jackets do eat other insects…
The Killer Bee is a type of bee that was first mixed together by scientists with 2 different types of bees. Scientists wanted to make bees that reproduce fast, but instead, they got very vicious bees that reproduce fast. One day, somehow, the Killer Bees escaped the lab and started spreading all over the Americas.