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'The most intense pain I've ever felt!' Animal expert lets himself be stung and PARALYSED by a wasp with the second most excruciating sting in the world

A video captures the horrifying moment an animal expert in Arizona lets himself be stung by a tarantula hawk - a wasp considered to have the second most painful sting in the world.
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