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  • PooleParty24/7 1 year ago

    This is crazy! Ants farming and milking aphids! WTF!

  • Sonia Daley 1 year ago


  • Sonia Daley 1 year ago

    lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol! that's so funny!!

  • Sonia Daley 1 year ago

    they poop and spit on fungi eeeeewwwww what the fuck!

  • Kassyni Savior 1 year ago

    ok, that last argument is ludicrous but hilarious lol

  • FieryWingedAngel 1 year ago

    I like watching ants with their herds on our plants in summer…

  • 7373walker 1 year ago

    Key difference between milking cows and herding aphids: ants don't chop off the heads of their aphids and grind their body parts into meat pies!

  • TheCraftedKid 1 year ago

    wouldnt the aphid farming ants be more of ranchers?

  • Pask00l 1 year ago

    mind = shattered like broken glass

  • Rachelle Jones 1 year ago

    You've probably seen in kids' movies they have something about a bee still being in the bunch of flowers when the magician does his trick. Would that be possible, speaking that the bee could fly out at any moment, not just when the magician is doing his trick? I'm not sure that's actually realistic. Yet again, I saw that in a children's movie several years ago.

  • purepechaknight last 1 year ago

    ants farmers and slavery lords for over 50 million years.

  • Ghazwan Alwan 1 year ago

    How do ants make all of that? who taught them? DO you really thing the interaction of some atoms makes this? NO. Someone taught them this just like everything else, like bees ans other animals that seem to have some prior knowledge about what to do. The one who taught them was Allah, everything's god. Allah says in Quran:
    'He (Pharaoh) said: 'Moses, who is the Lord of you both? ' * 'Our Lord, ' he replied, 'is He Who gave everything its creation and then guided it. ' 'He (Pharaoh) asked: 'How was it then, with the former generations? '' He (Moses) answered: 'The knowledge of them is in a Book with My Lord. My Lord neither goes astray, nor forgets.

  • Jackson Alexander 1 year ago

    this is honestly the most interesting thing ever.

  • jackpaice 1 year ago

    this is incredibly fascinating

  • sailorman 1 year ago

    Millions of years ? Really ? Can you prove it ? WERE you there ?

  • 10fantic 1 year ago

    Awh shit….my brain is leaking out of my ears, dammit sci show!

  • Manibe 1 year ago

    It's cool to see that social species work alike. I'm proud we evolved to be one, or else we would be like dragons: Wise but lonely.

  • Sinjin Van Cleef 1 year ago

    I didn't know aphids had wings

  • DarthVeers2 1 year ago

    Human's cut off cow wings so they couldn't fly away

  • MightyHawkWhale 1 year ago