Social Life of Ants

In the kingdom of the ants, who became leader of the female ants. Why, because the queen’s body shape is great and it plays an important role. Where male insects have a less important role than the role of female insects.

SOCIAL LIFE OF ANTS
In the past, scientists, believe that the lives of animals that includes insects walking groups on the basis of mere instinct, and not based on a system of regular and orderly behavior. But with the advancement and development of knowledge about the insect world the scientists found that the life of insects to walk on the basis of certain functions, according to the nature of the genetics that govern their behavior.

One interesting study of insects they are ants. Where these insects have an orderly system of life that limits the behavior of each member of society. To his residence, the ants usually live in groups in a particular place. Where sometimes, a group of ants can meet a broad valley as their residence.

In the kingdom of the ants, who became leader of the female ants. Why, because the queen’s body shape is great and it plays an important role. Where male insects have a less important role than the role of female insects.

The female has a duty to educate, maintain and oversee the growth of their children, preparing and storing food supplies. And the male’s duty to maintain and defend their lives. All this goes under the command of the queen and his aides.

Interactions that occur among the ants use a particular communications media. And according to research, there is evidence that these ants have a ’special language’ that they use to communicate among themselves, so their lives can be run regularly and orderly.

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  1. momofplenty Says...

    On June 20, 2012 at 10:59 am

    Fascinating


  2. Marquis de Joker Says...

    On June 20, 2012 at 12:06 pm

    This doesn’t bug me


  3. Aroosa Hermosa Says...

    On June 21, 2012 at 7:43 am

    I like it.Great share


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