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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
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  • Dudz C.
    05/30/2019 14:15

    Teacher .....

  • Javier A.
    05/30/2019 17:33

    Yup, in Providence Island in Colombia as well... just pass by very closely to the tree and you will be stung several times... I experienced it, very painful.

  • Antonio L.
    05/30/2019 19:06

    brut Es una pagina cool

  • Herber P.
    05/30/2019 20:03

    Hermosa naturaleza

  • Joe H.
    05/30/2019 22:55

    I want a pet ant. It can live in my ear.

  • Dixie M.
    05/31/2019 01:16

    I will be on the lookout for this tree.

  • Susej A.
    05/31/2019 01:55

    Jarretaderas

  • Richard L.
    05/31/2019 03:02

    I love this educational stuff.

  • Jack C.
    05/31/2019 05:09

    Like a boyfriend and girlfriend type of relationship.

  • La B.
    05/31/2019 05:58

    Amazing Insects

  • Faye E.
    05/31/2019 07:07

    Wow! This is amazing.I did'nt know these facts about the big red ants and the acacia tree.Thanks for posting .

  • Baby B.
    05/31/2019 07:55

    Amazing

  • Jc P.
    05/31/2019 08:14

    true life avatar

  • Alexander H.
    05/31/2019 08:28

    kkr vet echt

  • June B.
    05/31/2019 10:33

    Thanks for this info.

  • Gil D.
    05/31/2019 11:05

    Great give & take between beings of different kinds. Something most humans haven't really gotten around to except maybe some really isolated IP's.

  • Tim T.
    05/31/2019 12:44

    Can these ants maintain a relationship of mutual exclusion with me and my near and dear ones.?

  • Roberto D.
    05/31/2019 13:23

    And when these ants sting you is very painful !!! 😂😂😂😂 if by accident you lean on the tree you are in real trouble!!!

  • Taipan S.
    05/31/2019 13:30

    Good.

  • Dina M.
    05/31/2019 13:37

    wow!