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Now that's what you call teamwork. An army of ants join forces to bridge the gap between two leaves. The insects were snapped performing the stunt by photographer Yanuar Akbar, 38, from Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Arizona Anthill Garnet - It exhibits a glow unlike any other but you'll only see relatively small pieces of rough. It's not mined, but literally pushed up out of the ground by ants as they build their mounds. Native Americans hunt for these pieces and either make jewelry with them or sell them. I'm not joking!

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from The WHOot

Pest Control Recipes

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from TreeHugger

Can an inflatable vinyl bubble building really be called green?

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Termite Mound in Cape York, at the very tip of Queensland, Australia • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Termite

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