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releasing captivity raised alates in the wild


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#21 Offline BeginnerAntKeeper - Posted July 1 2019 - 12:23 AM

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Hell, there are even "fast food ants" in New York, specifically ants of the genus Pheidole that have started to revive their lost third worker caste (those ludicrously big-headed supermajors) due to the ridiculous intake of protein from fast food people throw away all the time.

Is there a news article about that? Sounds really interesting I want to find out more




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