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This ant and this tree have a relationship that benefits both species

This tree and this ant have a very close relationship. Here is why they can barely live without each other.

05/30/2019 6:21 AM

71 comments

  • Hamzh F.
    12/31/2019 15:13

    سبحان الله

  • Nivea M.
    12/31/2019 00:21

    Natá Lia olha a engenharia dessa relação entre espécies diferentes, reinos diferentes... agora pensa se faz sentido espermatozoides de uma mesma espécie "competir" um com o outro pra fecundar?

  • Minerva E.
    12/29/2019 20:32

    Galing nmn

  • Mario C.
    12/29/2019 18:49

    Simbiosis?

  • Muhamad K.
    12/29/2019 06:20

    Maa Syaa Allah

  • Jose R.
    12/27/2019 01:14

    Sorprendente

  • Jose G.
    12/26/2019 03:11

    Sabroso

  • Karina C.
    12/25/2019 23:42

    Is canal ya lo conozco con todas sus hormigas

  • Veronica B.
    12/25/2019 19:49

    Y la frutita q da ese árbol es bien rica.

  • Veronica B.
    12/25/2019 19:48

    Aquí en Guatemala se le llama palo de ishcanal, y si tiene esa clase de hormiga.

  • ام م.
    12/25/2019 13:31

    سبحان الله

  • Hijo d.
    12/25/2019 08:52

    Ixcanal en el salvador

  • Tri A.
    12/25/2019 01:46

    Subhanallah Allohu Akbar

  • Samuel B.
    12/24/2019 20:34

    Wtf? México is not in Central América.... Is in north america....

  • Sébastien C.
    12/22/2019 22:04

    Like the humans and the planet eart😄😄😄

  • Mohamed A.
    12/22/2019 04:06

    سبحان الله العظيم

  • Ariel B.
    12/21/2019 22:25

    I need the name of the soundtrack please! Very good video :)

  • Elaine B.
    12/18/2019 10:55

    Evan ants are smarter than people

  • Millan B.
    12/16/2019 22:15

    Wow

  • Yousef A.
    12/15/2019 21:50

    I just saw these things on my Peppermint plants and was wondering what it was, since aphids don't touch my mint plants.

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