ants - the nest bigger, fight enemies and carry food. At...

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Ants
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Ant Body Parts Ants are insects. They have 3 body parts…. . Head Thorax Abdomen
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Ant Stomachs An ant has two stomachs. One is for food for himself. The other is for food that he will share with the other ants.
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Ant Legs Ants have 6 legs which are covered in tiny hairs. There is a sharp claw at the end of each leg, which is why the ant does not fall off when hanging upside down!
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Antennae Ants have 2 antennae. They use them for touching, smelling and hearing. Their eyes don’t work very well.
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Ant Nests Ants live in a nest. It has lots of chambers for different things…rubbish, food, larvae and babies.
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Ant Family Most ants in a nest are workers. They make
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Unformatted text preview: the nest bigger, fight enemies and carry food. At night, the worker ants carry the eggs and larvae deep into the ground to keep them warm. The Queen Ant There can be lots of female ants in a nest, but there is only one Queen. Her job is to lay eggs which the worker ants look after. Her wings fall off because she doesn’t need them any more. She is much bigger than the other ants. Ant Life Cycle The Queen ant lays some eggs. These hatch into grubs or larvae. The worker ants feed them. They make a cocoon. In a few more weeks they become an ant. Ant Food Ants love insects, seeds and sweet sticky food....
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course INBIO 276R taught by Professor Johngardner during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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