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Ants - hardworking colony
Can you bring interesting facts about ants
One of them I will say:
Most ant species have a system in which only the queen and breeding females have the ability to mate. Females of some species mate with just one male, but in some others they may mate with anywhere from one to ten or more different males. Mated females then seek a suitable place to begin a colony.
At night the worker ants move the eggs and larvae deep into the nest to protect them from the cold. During the daytime, the worker ants move the eggs and larvae of the colony to the top of the nest so that they can be warmer. If a worker ant has found a good source for food, it leaves a trail of scent so that the other ants in the colony can find the food.
These amazing creatures are working all the time, I think that if all the humanity would work in such way we would had a great success in different domains of science and technology first of all.
We can word hard yes, but certainly not like these tiny creature because they never stop. If any human would do this he/she would easily die.

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