My favourite fact about Ants is that some ants form “supercolonies,” massive communities of ants that can stretch for thousands of miles.
My favourite Ant fact is how impressively these little guys communicate, and to think, Ants don’t even have the luxury of speech! They still manage to get their message across through scent, body language, touch and sound. Reminds us how important good communication is for healthy teamwork and as a life skill, in general.
My favourite Ant fact is that you can use ants as stitches – by letting them bite you around the wound, pulling their bodies away and leaving the heads stuck in your arm – but you really shouldn’t!
My favourite fact about Ants is that Ants will enslave other ants, keeping them captive and making them do work for the colony. (Should we be worried? 🙂 )
My favourite Ant fact is that Ants are tiny but strong and powerful, they are able to lift ten times their body weight.
My favourite fact about Ants is that they form a superorganism where they function together and accomplish amazing feats as part of a collective whole, doing what is best for the colony.
My favourite Ant fact is that ants are very social insects, and they divide jobs among different types of ants in each colony.
My favourite fact about Ants is that Ants evolved 130 million years ago and lived alongside the dinosaurs. Ants have been around for a while!