Ants have a main brain and several smaller brains that run along the length of their bodies called, "ganglia". The ganglia are little assistant brains to the main brain. The brain inside the ants head controls things like smell, sight and touch, but the smaller brains control, to some degree movement of the ant. Have you ever noticed that an ant will continue to twitch if you step on it? Even if the head is separated from the ants body, the legs will still twitch. This is because the smaller brains (ganglia) are still telling the ants legs to move!
The better question would be, do ants have brains?
Ants do have brains.
i know they have a heart, main brain and smaller brains. they dont have lungs though
No, but they have a bundle of nerves in their heads, similar to, but not quite a brain, just like ants and other invertabrates.
driver ants, bull ants, jack jumper ants, black ants, fire ants, red ants, carpenter ants, army ants, and 8,000 more species of ants.
It can be : a swarm of ants a colony of ants an army of ants
Monkeys Brains are about 400g were as human brains are about 1400g and are 15cm, monkeys brains are only about 8cm long!
Honeypot ants Fire ants Bulldog ants Army ants Silver ants
Yes ants do produce ants to continue the family.