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  • Ant Worker Sound (Audio Only)(00:20)
  • M. scabrinodis worker ants create a much more complex sound using the same method.
  • Date: February 11, 2013
  • Source: HuffPost Tech and Science
  • Bionic Ants Could Be Tomorrow's Factory Wo...(01:01)
  • German tech firm Festo, has copied the anatomy and the cooperation of real world worker ants in their 3D printed design. Can these ants become tomorro...
  • Date: March 30, 2015
  • Source: Reuters
  • "How Much? Sorry, My Mistake"(17:33)
  • Getting mistaken for a sex worker may sound far-fetched, but for many women of color it's an unfortunate reality. In a time where racial profiling is ...
  • Date: December 01, 2014
  • Source: HuffPost Live Segments
  • Study: Isolated Ants Die Sooner(01:05)
  • Researchers have found that carpenter ants who live in isolation have about a tenth the life span of grouped ants due to solo hyperactivity that consu...
  • Date: February 03, 2015
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Ant Pupa Sound (Audio Only)(00:15)
  • M. scabrinodis pupae create brief pulses of sound by scraping their hind leg against a specialized spike on their abdomen.
  • Date: February 11, 2013
  • Source: HuffPost Tech and Science
  • Like Humans, NYC Ants Also Like Junk Food(01:03)
  • An analysis of ant specimens collected from different locations around Manhattan has shown that specimens found in high-traffic areas such as sidewalk...
  • Date: April 02, 2015
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Aggressive Ants Are Attacking Native Hawai...(01:17)
  • Yellow crazy ants have been wreaking havoc on the native Hawaiian seabird population by spraying them and their baby chicks with acid, causing numerou...
  • Date: February 14, 2015
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Ant-Eating Plants Devise Clever Means Of T...(01:00)
  • Borneo’s pitcher plants, which rely on eating insects for their survival, oddly shut down their slick trapping mechanisms for up to 8 hours each day.
  • Date: January 15, 2015
  • Source: GeoBeats

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