What eats ants?
Spiders, lizards, birds, etc...
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rubbish ants eat rubbish such as rotten leaves
thru its mouth
yes you can and ants were eaten by cavemen.
when they are hungry
It would be pretty stupid to call them anteaters if they ate mainly bananas.
Actually, many ant species pray on other ant species. For example, many army ants, found throughout the tropics, prey on other ants' brood (immature ants, such as eggs and la…rvae). Some are specialized on invading the nests of other ants and grabbing the immature from the nest. When this happens, it is common to see ants from the invaded nest flee from their home, carrying their young in their mandibles. Other species have special nest entrances that can be closed with a little pebble when they sense the approach of an invading army ant raid. These behaviors must have originated in the long history between army ants and other ants, with army ants evolving mechanisms that improve their predation efficiency, and prey ants evolving mechanisms that reduce this damage.
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Pull off its legs and swallow it. One ant does not make a meal, even the largest ones. You can have them fried, pressed into cakes with honey, or even fried and chocolate c…overed as a tasty, crunchy snack. (Avoid the ones that have venom. Unlike the poison from honeybees, the formic acid can create other toxins when cooked.)
obviously ant eaters
Theyre dead relatives yes. living no.
anteaters, spiders, frogs, even people. if an ant falls in water, a fish can eat them too.
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It depends on the kind of ant and the kind of rainforest. Animals that eat large kinds of ants like leafcutter ants major workers might not even notice tiny kinds of ants like… Argentine ants. Animals that eat large ants in small colonies could only get a few ants at a time, so such animals usually are small or eat a lot of other things as well, otherwise they would starve. Animals with tough, hairy skins, such as anteaters might not mind eating ants with sharp jaws, and they even might not mind eating some stinging ants, but they might not be able to eat large amounts of poisonous ants. In general however in rainforests one gets some kinds of anteaters. In African and Asiatic rainforests one might find pangolins (scaly anteaters) eating ants and termites. In the Americas there are a few species of tamanduas and pygmy anteaters. In Australia there are several kinds of marsupials that eat ants. In all continents and all rainforests there are various kinds of insects that each ants, for example some kinds of assassin bugs. There also are some kinds of birds that eat ants. Some birds such as the family of antbirds that live in the Americas, have been said to eat ants, but actually they seldom do so; they mainly follow ant swarms to eat the animals that the ants flush out of cover. Rainforest frogs, including the poison-arrow tree frogs, eat a lot of ants and in fact they get their poison from the ants they eat.