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Just like us! Ants

Bridget Heos

Just like us! Ants

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  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Ants,
  • Behavior

  • About the Edition

    ANTS! While they might seem as different from humans as animals can possibly be, we actually have a lot in common with these creepy-crawly insects. From their families to their jobs, their farms to their construction work, ants are a lot like us though with fascinating twists all their own. 595.79.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Bridget Heos
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26930507M
    ISBN 10054457043X
    ISBN 109780544570436

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Factual, funny and featuring a dynamic mix of photographs and cartoon illustrations, Just Like Us. Ants will charm even the most reluctant nonfiction readers. Get the facts on one of nature's most remarkable insects and discover the unexpected ways humans and ants are similar in Just Like Us.

While they might seem as different from humans as animals can possibly be, we actually have a lot in common with these creepy, crawly insects. Ants are more like us than we sometimes imagine.

They work together as a community, each with their own role, to survive. They have occupations, including farmers, babysitters, leaders, trash collectors, and foragers.

They care for their young and keep them well fed, hoping they will grow up strong in order for ant community to expand. They have defense mechanisms in place to help protect the. But like humans, when the army ants lose a battle, the colony has to evacuate, Queen Ant, eggs, larvae and all, and become refugees, making a run for safety, leaving the spoils for the victors.

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(Informational picture book. ) Kirkus Reviews. Meet the Argentine ant, a nondescript fellow, just an ant really. Genetically we have little in common, but the American biologist (and ant photographer) Mark Moffett argues that, behaviourally, this ant is much closer to us than any chimpanzee or bonobo.

This species, he says, “represents a pinnacle of social evolution”. Like many other ant colonies, their social order is complex, with. But ants will merge will stand as one And put their foes to flight When foes ten thousand times their size Assail their fort like mound How quick the enemy realise That ants stand firm their ground The ant should be of great concern Should cause us thought today Should show that we have much to learn From nature’s great display.

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with Billy Merrell (). The Life and Times of the Ant. is an information book about ants. I really enjoyed this author’s book on honeybees. So I thought this one must be at least as good a teaching tool.

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Publishers Wade and Cheryl Hudson cultivated parallel careers as authors. ANTS. Yes, you heard me right! Read them again and consider it from an “ant’s point of view”. Home is where the heart is. — ant hills, tunnels and anywhere these ants call home.The result of this research shows that ants outperform us in the sense of hearing.

Scientists expect that the ant uses feelers for the broadcasting and reception of audio-frequencies. the ant aggrandize the received acoustic signals like modern receivers, and even remove different influences in the process of filtering or purification of voice.This book is within the scope of WikiProject Insects, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of insects on Wikipedia.

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