If one looks at the ground anywhere on the planet, it will not be long before he encounters some ant army that seems to walk peacefully. But appearances deceive and many of them live in a kind of permanent foot of war. The most extreme case is the Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) whose reproductive success has led it to spread throughout the world. These supercolonies live in constant battle with each other and some maintain a fight that has lasted for centuries. The entomologist Mark Moffett has spent years studying the ants and observing the way they face & hellip;

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