Rebel weaver ants evolve, building tree leaf homes with silk glue. Innovative and unconventional.
Australian Bulldog ants: Aggressive and painful biters with powerful eyesight and high jumping ability. Watch out for their excruciating bites.
Dominant Dinosaur Ants: Large, reproductive workers suppress potential queens, subduing and restraining them for days to maintain the hierarchy.
Nectar-Storing Marvels: Honeypot ants swell with food reserves, becoming living refrigerators sought after by various species, including humans.
Hodor Ants: Turtle ants with disk-shaped heads as living doors. They also possess gut bacteria aiding food digestion.
Pitcher-Plant Partners: Diving ants retrieve prey from carnivorous plant traps, aiding digestion and maintaining a symbiotic relationship.
Amazonian Ambush: Allomerus ants cultivate trap-inducing fungus, ensnaring unsuspecting insects in their deadly grasp.
Explosive Defenders: Suicide ants sacrifice themselves with explosive mandibles, a devoted act to protect their colonies.
Sly Food Thieves: Parasite ants create diversions, pilfering from other colonies and infesting their queens.
Bloodthirsty Dracula Ants: Madagascar-based species feeds on larvae blood, practicing non-destructive cannibalism. Creepily unique.
Resilient Invaders: Crazy ants from South America, now in Southern US, cover themselves in neutralizer, defying fire ants as formidable adversaries.