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    Who let the rabble in? Lance B's Avatar
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    Worlds biggest ant colony

    Aren't ants amazing!

    http://www.dump.com/biggestant/

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    That is quite amazing, but they destroyed a complete ant colony and the amount of money required to undertake this is a bit beyond me.
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    I wonder if we could copy some of the city design , Cant be worse than we humans build
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    They certainly are Amazing. Though a shame all the same to destroy all of that I hope they got a few bites for their troubles.

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    that was extremely interesting. The work they put into creating their home was amazing.
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    thanks Lance...that was awesome. Yet another design masterpiece.
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    Simply amazing, thanks for sharing

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    Amazing how much work must go into building something like this for such a small organism! Thanks for sharing

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    holly cow! how many ants died for the making of that clip... or did they all get rehoused. facinating!

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