What are ants known for?
Ants are known for crawling into peoples houses or picnics for food. Some are known for their painful bite, and others are known for being pests in a persons yard.
There are several thousand different types of ants around the world. Red ants are the second most common types of ants, they can be aggressive and are known to bite. Black ants also known as sugar ants, love anything sweet and will look for food wherever they smell it which can lead them to being in your house.
No...................... termites are not Ants because termites do not have big/small munchers at ether side of the mouth and ants are not termites because ants do not chew on wood. But they are both pests and a "white ant" is also known as a termite. as you this is all true (not like some that put in jibajaba) Termites are related closer to cockroaches then they are ants, Yes people do call them white Ants…
No, aphids do not eat ants. Specifically, aphids are herbivorous insects that therefore feed on plants. While feeding, aphids secrete honeydew, which is a favorite of the kinds of ants whose diet is sugar based. In return, ants actually are known to defend aphids against such beneficial predatory insects as ladybugs.
Ants are likely highly intelligent, especially for insects, for these reasons: 1)Ants are highly social and have a hierarchy starting with a queen 2)They are capable of building tiny "cities" complete with primitive ventilation systems 3)Ants communicate with one another by chemical signals. 4)Ants have been known to make rings around ant killer so their buddies won't get in it. Because of this evidence it is believed that ants are in fact highly intelligent organisms.
Ants as we all know are known for biting which isn't much but it varies with the species. Some have stingers the inject venom that can paralyze or be fatal but they often live in very remote areas. Addendum to above answer: Ants can also be harmful in that they can and do contaminate food, certain types of ants make nests in some of the worst places imaginable (like between sheets if paper) and as…