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nature essay - Antsy I knew they could hear me. As my...

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Antsy I knew they could hear me. As my footsteps got closer and nearer, they seemed like they were already shrewdly preparing for the worst circumstances. To them I was like an earthquake that could end their lives or like a pair of scissors that could cut off the piece of string they were hanging on to. This was their life; continuously being taken away and being taken away with out any intentional efforts. As soon as I made contact with the small, dark-brown, lump of dirt which I hardly noticed until I stepped on it, in the blink of an eye, tiny, reddish-orange ants exploded from the ant pile. They crawled insanely around, erupting in hundreds, intriguingly communicating through the movement of their bodies and antennae, and were desperately but astutely collaborating to protect their precious heap of dirt that they humbly identify as their only abode of heaven. In this situation, who would be more superior; all the thousands of ants together or me? Many would say the human of course, but I would say it is the ants who are the
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