25 Day Timelapse Of Ants Digging In A Giant Ant Farm

TVOvermind | 3/4/2018 | Wake
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The marvels of nature are something to be amazed by on a constant basis. Take the 25-day time lapse of these ants digging in a giant ant farm, it’s something you really have watch to believe. In less than a month they can excavate and create spaces that are suitable for their purposes and then take them down to create new spaces that will be just as serviceable. They do more work in a day that most construction crews do in a week. It helps though that there’s so many of them and that for the most part they work tirelessly to create the spaces that are needed.

In essence ants are perhaps one of the most perfect creatures in existence. Just because they’re small doesn’t mean they need to be taken as weaker or inferior in any way. Look at the structures they create and the tasks they take on. Human beings and any other animal would no doubt balk at this kind of work as we’d need to rest and/or recuperate after even half a day of such hard labor. But ants keep going, they don’t stop until the job’s done and even then they keep going on a different job. There’s almost always something to do within a colony and there aren’t a lot of times when you’ll see a big number of ants just sitting around.

Food - Queen - Colony - Type - Ant

If they’re not building then they’re out foraging for food, or tending to the queen, or perhaps even defending the colony depending on the type of ant we’re talking about. They’re always doing something because...
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