It is estimated that at any time there are more than one quadrillion (1 000 000 000 000 000) ants on the planet. They live on every continent of the world except Antarctica. They are both invasive and adaptable insects, which is why they have been around for millions of years.
Not all ants sting. Wood ants and black ants spray formic acid.
There are over 12500 recognised species of ants.
All ants have six jointed legs. They have three body sections the abdomen, the thorax and the head.
Ants have a pair of antennae which they use for both touching and smelling objects.
Ants have two eyes which are made up of many smaller eyes. These eyes are referred to as compound eyes. Continue readingGoogle+