Thursday, April 14, 2011

Ants for Ants

I´m surprised this video has almost 5 million views, probably most of you have seen it but anyway I publish it since I find it fascinated. In the video ants put to good use every part of a dead gecko, this is a magnificent example of team work.

(Video mat not be suitable for those with a weak stomach or those afraid of reptiles.)

29 comments:

  1. That is fast. KILL THE GECKO!!!

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  2. this is why the food chain is so amazing; nothing goes to waste. :)

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  3. i had not seen it before. good find!

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  4. Stalin would be proud.

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  5. I was just getting ready to get insurance from him.

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  6. holy shit. but what would they do with the bones?

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  7. We need ants to clean our garbage.

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  8. wow...the food chain is crazy wild

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  9. what if someone comes home and is all like "what happened to my geko????"

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  10. I've seen it before. Ants are, like, the best insect EVAR.

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  11. Woahh.... wth....

    Geckos are awesome!

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  12. Holy CRAP! What the heck are they even using those bones for?

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  13. Oh wow that's amazing, strange at the end though, it seems like the ants are trying to put the leg bones back on it.

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  14. That is amazing. What did they do with the skull thuogh?

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  15. cool!
    and the bones? make cars oft them

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  16. Geico, 15 minutes could saHOLY SHIT AHHHH

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  17. damnn never ants knew ants could fight so dirty ;D

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  18. Ants are like piranhas of the dead!

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  19. Wow, that was incredibly efficient huh? It illustrates quite well the important role every creature plays in the symphony of life.

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  20. nature is awesome. thats all i can say

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  21. at the end it looked like they even took the skull with them

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  22. They are the fastest ants ever!

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