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"Well, you told him [sic] to buzz off. You looked in trouble for a while.""
Cranky Kong

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Residence Vine Valley
Family Zingers (minions in GBA boss)
Species Zinger
Gender Female
Affiliates King K. Rool
Powers/Abilities Large stinger,
enrages to invincibility
Enemies Donkey Kong
Diddy Kong
Kong Family
Games Donkey Kong Country

Queen B. is the queen of all Zingers and the third boss in Donkey Kong Country whom is located in Vine Valley.

King Zing, who would later appear in the sequel Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, is believed to be her spouse and took over the Zinger kingdom after her defeat.


The battle in the Game Boy Color version.

She is located inside of Bumble B. Rumble, the boss arena inside of Vine Valley. She is a larger version of Zingers, common enemies found in Donkey Kong Country. When starting the battle against Queen B., Donkey and Diddy must rush to the Vine Barrel (which will break upon contact or dropping with anything) and throw it at Queen B. This causes Queen B. to become enraged and turn red out of rage, invincible for a short period of time, much like the uncommon version of regular Zingers, the red variant of Zingers. Queen B. vertically swoops up and down trying to hurt the Kongs. If not hit for a while, a new Vine Barrel comes down. She must be hit five times total in order for defeat.

In the Game Boy Advance version, Queen B. surrounds herself with yellow Zingers after being hit. She uses these Zingers to act as a defensive barrier to defend against Vine Barrels, though those Zingers too were defeatable with barrels.





  • Though she can turn invincible briefly in the SNES battle, Queen B. could be considered inferior strength-wise to her Red Zingers underlings that are always invincible. This also goes for her spouse, King Zing.
  • In the Gameboy Advance version of DKC, Cranky Kong erroneously refers to Queen B. as "him" instead of "her".
    • Also in the Gameboy Advance version, it is possible to hold up a barrel right at her when she is spawning her Zinger minions; doing so will cause the barrel's hitbox to hit all the Zingers at once before they spread out for their formation(s) (much easier achieved with Donkey Kong's barrel holding). However, doing so may cause her during certain intervals of the battle to instantly start moving again instead of staying still for a while first, meaning a nasty instant death surprise can come for those who don't move out of the way quick enough.

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