By Zach and Beto. Amazing Ants. The life cycle. There is the egg, larva, pupa and at last adult. Down Here. This is the life cycle of an ant. Ants have a lot of different body shapes, like these two. Down here. again.
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By Zach and Beto Amazing Ants
The life cycle There is the egg, larva, pupa and at last adult. Down Here
Ants have a lot of different body shapes, like these two Down here again
Most ants are omnivores which means it eatsany type of food you set in front of it.
YIKES! OUR HOME CAN BE AN ANTS HOME So watch out! Ants can get through small cracks in doors, on the side curb or in ant hills Ants can live nearly any where like the Amazon forest, Arizona and Michigan.
An ants size is from 0.04 in. to 1.3 in, wow.fast fact: Colobopsis ants live inside pitcher plants, eating insects trapped by the carnivorous plant. Scientistsdo not know how the ants stay unharmed though.
Animals like anteaters, echidnas and humans eat Ants. it eats with its pincers but first kills and brings it back to it's colony at last they eat.
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