How do ants move?
* They use their six jointed legs, bending them like humans * Winged ants can walk and fly
Is it true that ants move scattered about in fair weather and move in a single file line in rainy weather?
No. Ants will move however they find best to find food, and this is not affected by the weather. Most of the time, scattered ants are scouts searching for food, and ants moving in a line are ants following a trail to or from food/supplies. Ants do infact move to the weather. If it is about to rain they will all be moving around thier nest in a hurry try to fix up and holes…
Ants move small insects called aphids from plant to plant The aphids are protected by the ants while the ants feed on sugary honeydew produced by the aphids?
Ants are intelligent. They are like humans in some ways. One of the ways is that when they accumulate trash (including dead ants), they move it out of the colony. There is an exception... The European wood ant battles with other colonies in "bloody battles", where the victors take home the ants to feed on, (high source of protein or something...) To bury them. They actually have a cemetery .
Why do ants move faster than elephants and why is it that the smaller a creature the quicker it moves and talks and the faster time moves for them and is time experienced relative an objects size?
In some ways i would think that ants are blind because they have antennas and at the end of their antennas they do not look like they have little balls on the end of them so that is one of the reasons that i would think that ants would be blind. Another reason that i think that ants are blind is because they move out into they route that you are taking and they get…