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parchuting ant Ants seem to be pretty intelligent in comparison with other animals. For example, they can make bridges with leaves and twigs to pass over the sticky poison stripe painted on the fruit trees to avoid insects getting at them. The Weaver ants use their larvae as a tool to stick together the leaves of their nest. They carry the larvae while softly squeezing them to produce the necessary silk.
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