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Worlds Biggest Ant Hill

Its like an alien city

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by yak

submitted September 1st 2011

23 comments
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Can't believe they destroyed a perfectly good ant hill. They could have rented that to five Asian families.
6 years ago
so that's why it doesn't work when i pour bleach water down the ant hills in the back yard.
6 years ago
bleach no , gasoline and a lighter HELL YES !!!!
6 years ago
That's gonna take one FUCK of a big can of Raid!
6 years ago
any idea what show this is from, yak?
6 years ago
I remember seeing this on tv but I can't recall which channel it was on.
6 years ago
if I had to guess? Bbc's life.
6 years ago
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE!
6 years ago
its a wonder of the world so Lets DESTROY it ya.. I know there's a million more but its so human of us to destroy everything. Interesting clip i never knew they were so organized..
6 years ago
Humans are totally different than all the other creatures on the earth, right? Inorganic mutations that don't fit in..

I get so sick of hearing that.

Cry me a river, you fucking pussy.
6 years ago
not that organized? ARE YOU FUCKING HIGH? there are millions of ants in a colony that big and only 1 ant running the show, there arent uprisings of any kind.
how did you not know that ant colonies werent this organized?
6 years ago
First sentence only, sunshine.
6 years ago
Bows to Crashninja expert of ants, But just maybe your an idiot 1 ant running the show i think not.
6 years ago
i wouldnt want to run the show even if i could
6 years ago
Your double negatives make my brain hurt Ninja.

And apparently the BORG reference was just too much for you people. Remind me to dumb it down next time.
6 years ago
seen something like before but the "scientists" used lead instead of concrete.
6 years ago
yah the one I saw before they used pie filling
6 years ago
mmm tasty
6 years ago
The ant is evolution's masterpiece thus far.
6 years ago
probably true in a million years they'll most likely be around and humans will have long gone extinct, good morning everyone :)
6 years ago
Please, algae takes the lead. Practically unchanged since long before arthropods got their act together,
6 years ago
I find more beauty in complexity than simplicity, if you want to make a reductionist argument we can say the DNA molecule is evolution's masterpiece, and once again that ends up being remarkably complex
6 years ago
I think rocks take the cake.... They haven't evolved at ALL!
6 years ago
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