Alex Wild on insects, science, and photography
I could do without the patronizing narration, but National Geographic’s footage of Pseudomyrmex acacia-ants is worth your time:
Posted in: Ants.
Well, at least they don’t have “laser” sounds when they walk, which is usually the case with Nat Geo docs.
Now that everyone has had an opportunity to comment….it’s time for Sunday nite thread-jacking !!! LOL
pity the poor acacia with no competition because of The Ant …except US !
Interesting. Thanks for sharing this video.
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