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Secret of the Plant-killing Ants and More! (Animal Secrets Revealed!) (Animal Secrets Revealed!)

Book Description
Welcome to the world of astonishing ants! Journey with scientists as they use X-rays to see what happens inside these tiny insects when they breathe. Discover how ants smell one another's jobs using chemical business cards. Travel to Panama, where British scientists spend hot and humid summers studying army ants. Find out how these carnivorous ants create high-speed trails to bring fast food to th... More
Book Information
PublisherEnslow Publishers, Inc.
BindingLibrary Binding
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages48
Publication Date09/01/2008
The Creators
About Ana Maria Rodriguez (Author) : I write books for children of all ages. My favorite topics are science, nature, cultures, and history and especially how they interact with each other. But I am not talking about your regular science/... more
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12/10/2008 Ana Maria Rodriguez said:
I think that ants are more than a tightly associated group of individuals. Some scientists call them a 'superorganism' and I think they have a pretty neat idea embeded in the concept. Anyway, I don't go into such complexity in this book, just to bring you the amazing world of ant colonies, one at a ... more

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