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they live through anteaters and humans that cause them severe death.
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How do ants live?

they have oxygen tanks, loaves of hoavis, rich tea biscuits and a kettle:) Ants live in colonies and often create little hills that house them. Many of the ants are workers that gather food and supplies, while a few of the males and females reproduce.

Where do ants live?

They build nests. The nest type depends on the species of ant. inside holes in the ground, when you see multiple anthills in 1 spot it is probably just 1 colony with multiple entrances

Do ants go through metamorphosis?

Yes, they like many other insects go through metamorphosis, as they go from an egg to larvae to pupa to an adult ant, with the help of the worker ants.

Can ants eat through plastic?

While I don't have a scientific answer for this involving all sorts of plastics, I can tell you anecdotally (pardun the pun) that my wife found a large carpenter ant eating a rather large hole of approximately 3/8" in diameter through her shoe's synthetic foam-rubber footbed (inner sole?). The last time I checked, my wife did not have wooden feet. However, I am offended that the ant must have turned it's nose up at my shoes!

Were do ants live?

under ground their ant hills lead under ground and there you will find the ant queen. dont dig under!

Where does an ant live?

An ant generally lives in a nest/colony made up of several hundred to several thousand ants. Some colonies have been found to have millions of ants. Most Ants have one large ant called a queen ant who lays all of the eggs. The vast majority of Ants in a nest are workers and they are female The only males are the ones that fly out of the nest and mate with a young queen ant so that she can start her own colony. Some ant colonies will have more than one queen. These are the nests that are really large. Most nests are found in the ground though some have been found in walls of buildings and in tree trunks. Really, ants can build a nest just about anywhere.

Why do ants live?

Many insects function as scavengers, eating dead animals and plants that we never think about, but that would pile up if it weren't for scavengers. Many ants are among those scavengers, performing a function that we should be grateful for.

How do bacteria survive harsh conditions?

They form an endospore. An endospore is a thick cell wall that helps protect them. Endospores enable bacteria to lie dormant for extended periods of time when the environment is unfavorable (such as extreme temperatures, radiation, extreme pH levels, extreme pressures and harmful chemical agents). Then, when the environment becomes more favorable, the endospore can reactivate itself to the vegetative state.

How are cactus' able to live under such harsh conditions?

Cacti have adapted to extremely arid and/or semi-arid hot environments. They show a wide range of features which conserve water. Their stems have adapted to become photosynthetic and succulent, while the leaves have become the spines for which cacti are well known. The bodies of many cacti are thick and have water-retentive tissue Most cacti have a short growing season and long dormancy. They also have the ability to form new roots quickly. Two hours after rain following a relatively long drought, root formation begins in response to the moisture.

Why do ants live in ant hills?

Ants don't live in ant hills, they live under them. The ant hills are the result of the excavated soil from the underground tunnels and chambers where they live.i dont know were ants live dahhhhhhhhhhhhh

What are living conditions?

\nThe circumstances in which the subject lives. It relates to the fundamental aspects of living. Depending on the subject of the sentence living conditions may reefer to the availability of clean drinking water, food, vaccinations, ect. in a third world nation. In the range of living conditions people tend to range up-to upper middle class holding ideal living conditions diminishing through poverty.

How was the harsh condition reaching the Oregon Trail?

Very harsh. Pioneer journals describe crossing flooded rivers and having whole wagons getting washed down river and how they lost everything. They write about the sickness, death, and heat. How, when going over the mountain passes, the wagons would go over a cliff and they would loose family members and all of their stuff. That they would bury their dead along the trail and hope it was deep enough so animals wouldn't dig up the bodies. Of the fear of Indian attacks, of getting lost, of death of a child, of having enough food, weather conditions, and anything else. One woman writes about her husband dying on the trail leaving her with 6 children and a newborn baby. She keeps going, looses her wagon in the mountains pass, and when she and her children finally arrive in Oregon they are in rags, hungry, and on foot. We can't even imagine what these people when through.

How do people adapt to living in the harsh environment of the Sahara Desert?

Wear loose clothing and less layers. the houses that are builtshould be cool. and do different activities. During the midday sunpeople generally stay sheltered and have a siesta. If they go outin the day they cover up with loose clothes to keep themselvesshaded cool. why do you want to live there anyway. is kind of anobvious answer because when its really hot for us we try outdifferent ways to stay cool.

Where do ants lives?

Most live underground, in old trees, and in anthills. theetam, vali, naatam pedukkalz....and anthills thanks for reading

What are some ways in which slaves coped with their harsh lives?

Some cope by basically shutting down, losing all focus and being. These were the really badly treated slaves with no hope, even if they escaped and went back home they knew they would be treated no better and often treated even worse. They became automatons, just doing a job and no longer thinking about anything. They often didn't last long, dying of despair and carelessness due to accidents. Some would "cope" by taking the ultimate escape, suicide. Then there were the ones that openly revolted, fighting what had been done, sometimes trying to kill their owners. They were often either killed or eventually beaten into submission, but sometimes escaping. Frequently they "went underground", learning that open revolt wouldn't work but little things could be done. Stealing food and items to make their life easier; doing things to make their owner's lives more miserable. Some slaves coped by searching out other slaves with either similar backgrounds or interests and then developing social ties. They did their work, but also maintained their previous culture through music, stories and, in some cases, religion. Thus Obeah or Voodoo rose up and gave spiritual comfort in the 1700's. Many tried adopting the religion of their owners, hoping to better understand what had happened to them and also gain respect. Dreaming was also a means of coping, dreaming of a better life and better times. Dreamers did exist amongst the slaves, sharing hopes and aspiration with other slaves. Their dreams of freedom were what sustained them. Some slaves coped by concentrating on their work and getting educated. They were trying to learn valuable skills and doing the best that could be done. They felt that by doing this they would be treated better and eventually obtain their freedom or at least a better life. These were often allowed more freedom and belongings that those that revolted.

Where do ants live in?

they live in anthills that are made of dirt some are flat and some ants live underground for those who don't know this read about ants they will explain better

How harsh were the conditions at breitenau concentration camp?

In the eyes of the Nazis, the deaf were of "minor value". The assumption that deafness was a "hereditary disease" lead to forced sterilization. Breitenau was a Nazi education and labor camp established in June 1933 in Germany. It was located in Guxhagen, ca. 15 km south of Kassel and was built around the Breitenau monastery. By the end of 1933, 11,000 people were arrested and placed in concentration camps. Only a few of them were brought to Breitenau. After the Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring was made, Breitenau officials began to test prisoners for hereditary diseases. Many of the prisoners who were found to have hereditary diseases were often transported to euthanasia killing centers or kept at Breitenau under penalty of being forcibly sterilized.

By forming this structure some bacteria can survive harsh condition?

They form an endospore. An endospore is a thick cell wall that helps protect them. Endospores enable bacteria to lie dormant for extended periods of time when the environment is unfavorable (such as extreme temperatures, radiation, extreme pH levels, extreme pressures and harmful chemical agents). Then, when the environment becomes more favorable, the endospore can reactivate itself to the vegetative state.

Can ants eat through concrete?

Ants do not eat through concrete. They may damage the concrete overtime from getting into the cracks, but they do not eat it.

Do Koala bears have harsh living conditions?

Koalas, which are not bears at all, do not necessarily have harsh living conditions, althoug it is true that they sometimes endure terrible heatwaves in southern Australia, which often lead to devastating bushfires. It lives mostly within the temperate zones. Its habitat is eucalypt woodland and bushland , but of the several hundred species of eucalyptus ("gum trees"), koalas prefer about 60 varieties, with their specific preferences being limited to a couple of dozen. After that, there are still just one or two key species that a koala population must have to thrive, even if the number of trees of that species is only small. Koalas live in cool temperate zones, right up to hot, sub-tropical zones. They live in eucalyptus trees and are mostly nocturnal and eat certain types of eucalypt leaves exclusively. They are particular to Eastern Australia. Koalas live in a range of habitats, as long as there are abundant eucalyptus trees of the sort they prefer. They are found on coastal islands, tall eucalypt forests, bushland and low woodlands inland. Koalas spend most of their time nestled in the branches of their favoured trees. They do not shelter in tree hollows or nests, but sit comfortably wedged in between tree branches. Koalas are not found in rainforests, nor in grasslands or deserts. These biomes do not support the eucalyptus trees which koalas favour. They are also not found in Alpine or snowy regions.

How do Bedouins live in such a harsh environment?

The Bedouins do not view the environment in which they live as harsh. It is just a way of life for them. Others may view their lifestyle as harsh because it is not what they are accustomed or used to. The Bedouins in Israel raise livestock and farm. They create their own teas and coffees. They enjoy education and build their own villages. A harsh environment is all in the eye of the beholder. Many Bedouins are thrilled to be able to live with this lifestyle.

How have the Adelie Penguins adapted the the harsh conditions in Antarctica?

"Adelie Penguins, like the other three penguin types that breed onAntarctica's beaches, increase their body warmth by basking in the(usually) 24-hour sun, or by retreating to liquid water, which isalways warmer than the ambient Antarctic air. The home of all penguins is sea water, and that's where their foodchain can be found. All penguins regulate their body heat throughthe layer of fat between their skin and their vital organs. Thiskeeps them warm wherever they are. No animal lives on Antarctica: it's too cold and there is on foodchain on land its land.

Do frogs live in harsh countries?

yes they can as it says in the paragraph about frogs some frogs DO live in Antarctica.frogs may be found anywhere in the world (excluding Antarctica), although most frogs are found in the tropics. Most species are found in tropical regions. You can find frogs in or near places that have water. Some frogs never go into the water they live mainly on land. Some frogs even live in trees. These frogs have tiny, sticky pads on their fingers and toes to help them cling to the trees they climb

How did the Jews deal with such harsh conditions?

The upper middle and higher class fled to another country. Everyone below found a hiding spot or were sent to concentration camps __ Not all upper and middle class fled. Many were rounded up and sent to concentration camps as well. Those that did manage to flee, usually went to other European countries. As the Nazis moved in, they ran out of places to go. Many countries simply refused to allow them to migrate to their countries so they too were rounded up and sent to camps as well.

Why does not bacteria survive in harsh conditions?

There are a number of bacteria that DO survive in harsh environments be it pH or temperature extremes or an environment that is very salty. Bacteria that don't survive in harsh conditions usually lose cell wall integrity and break apart, or lose all their intercellular fluid and shrivel up.

What were some harsh conditions that soldiers faced during the US Civil War?

Confederate troops often did not have sufficient shoes and clothing, or food, particularly after the first year. The provisions on the Confederate supply were poorly managed, mainly due to transport difficulties. Commissary-General Lucius Northrop received some food from abroad via blockade runners, and sometimes arranged black-market exchanges of cotton for food from the Union side; but this was often of very poor quality. The Federals were very well provisioned throughout the war, but lack of experience in maintaining vast army encampments led to poor sanitation in the early years. In late 1861-62 there was an epidemic of typhoid fever in northern Virginia and in DC, because latrines were fouling the drinking water. The majority of military deaths during the War were due to infectious disease, not gunshot or misadventure. Germ theory was in its infancy, so antibiotics were not generally used in hospitals and surgical stations. Often the only solution to a smashed arm or leg bone was to amputate the limb. However, surgeons became very skillful at amputations and most amputees survived. Choloroform and ether were available as anesthetics, so the patients were unconscious during the operation. Furthermore, most victims of gunshot did not need to undergo amputation. Amputations were not nearly as frequent as is popularly supposed. The reason they receive so much emphasis is that photographers often chose them as subjects, and surgeons liked to write descriptions of their amputation techniques.

What is the importance of treasury management under harsh economic conditions?

Treasury management involves the process of managing the cash,investments and other financial assets of the business. The goal ofthese activities is to optimize current and medium-term liquidityand make solid financial decisions involving invested andinvestable assets. Treasury management also includes hedging whereneeded to reduce financial risk exposure. Treasury management'sfunctions include: - Cash Flow Management - Float - Relationships and Risks -Information Sharing