Discussions on wild and captive ant experiments as well as news stories and public studies involving ants.
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By veektoor
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I know people that keep Oophaga sylvatica, I'm sure they will be interested!

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By Zoron
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Blah! and then there was LIFE! Interesting. There are so many insects we don't know about still infact there was one we recently discovered still exists. One that could grow to the size of an average 8-10 year old human. At least what I remember.
http://www.npr.org/sections/krulwich/20 ... r-80-years
Btw: The hatching video is quite interesting. (For the swarm )
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