What percentage of DNA do humans share with an ant?
Comparing ants to humans scientists found that approximately 20 percent of their genes are unique. Thirty three percent of their genetic material is shared with humans.
yes. all animals (and plants, and bacteria for that matter) have DNA
the answer is yes because when the mold digests for the ants it will decompose as fertilizer
Which ever one drinks more water.
yes they share there food, they save the food for winter
yes ive got bitten by one before.
Ants do not hurt you, however some species, such as fire ants, can bite leave a painful red mark, but is relatively harmless.
Ants do not perceive humans as humans. However, if an ant is injured or killed the ant sends out pheromones indicating to other ants that there is danger.
The flying ants are superior.
the fire ants because if the ant eater sucked them up it would sting it
Yes(2nd person)...What is a human crumb?
the way that we effect fire ants is the way we live life if we keep going the way we are then fire ants will not be aroung much longer.
it has two eyes and a head
Sharpies and they get high. And with their nose.
In some countries like Thailand ants are cooked in a soup with fish and eaten as a delicacy.And also in America and/or Mexico there are chocolate coverd ants.
Probably, if the human eats it.
Any ant you choose. I would prefer Black Ants because they are less aggressive. Although, if you like the adrenaline rush you can get: Harvester ants, slavemaker ants (You need another nest for these because they take larva and make them slaves, It also requires frequent larva to maintain itself, thus, i dont recommend them), army ants, fire ants and many many others. If you want a big nest use all of the adrenaline rush… Read More
Ants will break down discarded fingernails and dead human skin and make it useful. They will likely eat the material once it has been broken down to particles.
While it is true that ants can lift objects many times their own size (such as a leaf), this is more the result of their small size than of being "stronger" than humans. If you've ever squished an ant, you'll know what I mean; if the ant was stronger than you, it would stop your finger. However, you're likely looking for the answer to whether an ant could beat a similarly-sized human in a contest… Read More
They live underground and they're kazillion ants in a Ant Hill. Plus there are more ants than humans.
Ants actually never sleep. They work all the time when they are in the wild. If they are in an Ant Farm then sometimes they may rest a little bit.
No, but I've seen one. Their fuzzy, and quite large.
they sometimes carry them away or they take them back to their nest. Leafcutter ants would chuck them in to some water
They like tiny bits of fruit or vegetables. But make sure they are very small amounts because the last thing you want in an ant farm is moldy food. Ants also appreciate a drop of honey, some sugar, or bread dipped in sugar water. For their water supply, add a cotton-ball soaked in water. But mostly ants like sugary stuff.
Ants and all other insects are non-chordates. Insects belong to the subphylum arthropoda. Animals that are vertebrates are considered to be chordates.
yes although usually there is more than one queen
it's because, the queen ant is the biggest and can hold the most eggs, so they all breed with her and she lays all the egggs while the other ants care for them
an ant carries a grain of food, generation after generation after generation.... a human carried food, made a cart, made a truck, make an airplane. the difference is mental ability and progress... the desire to improve lifestyle and to never compromise
each ant has a spacific job within the colony, just as each organ has a specific job within the human body
The average human being is 5 feet 6 inches tall. The average black ant is 1/8 of an inch tall. So you multiply 5.5 by 12 inches and a 5 foot 6 inch human is 66 inches tall.The ant is 1/8 of an inch tall, which is 0.3 centimeters.The human is 66 inches tall, which is 167.6 centimeters.So if you divide the size of a human in centimeters by the size of an ant in… Read More
If you lined up a human and an ant for a 100 yard dash, the human would win easily. But I understand your question. Research shows that an ant covers around 787 times it's body length in one minute. Some estimates put a human size ant's speed at about 53 mph (85 kph) which would make it one of the fastest land animals in the world. However this is only hypothetically speaking, as an ant… Read More
they are both social and hard-working, they need water and food and live with others.
rubbish ants eat rubbish such as rotten leaves
It can carry loads that are 5 times bigger than its own size.
It cannot be done without a queen ant and male ants. The queen lays all the eggs. The workers and soldiers are sterile.
If there is a dead ant from their own colony, they will take it out of their territory and abandon them. If the ant is from a different colony, they will take it home for food.
They eat them.
On the lighter side By serving her breakfast in bed and spilling the orange juice.
You have to put poison down and its like an insect killer and you can get it from any shop.
Aspartame or nutrasweet is apparently an effective ant poison and was developed as such.It was decided by Donald Rumsfeld and Serle corporation that it was more profitable to feed this neurotoxin to humans.
Yes, humans can eat some types of ant. A particular species of leafcutter ant is eaten in South America -- it is toasted and then consumed like a peanut or similar snack. See the related link below for more information about eating ants in Peru.
Yes, if there was enough of them. It depends on what ant your talking about. If you invaded by thousands of fire ants you would be in trouble! Especially if you are hypersensive to ants or you are a small child. Basically, ants can kill humans, but it depends on the human and it depends on the ant.
yes people are ant eaters save are lives.
An ant is said to be .001 meters in length while the average human is 1.7 meters tall. A human is therefore 1,700 times bigger than an ant.