The honeypot ant - a perfect example of nature’s strategy to survive in bad times. The honeypot ant or honey ant, is a normal ant species, but has adopted a special strategy to survive when there is a lack of food. Some of the working ants eat food and divert it into sweet syrup and save this syrup in their abdomens. For that, there abdomen grows big like a pot, sometimes to the size of a grape.
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It is estimated that there are over 10,000 varieties of ants, these insects being found in all parts of the earth with the exception of the polar regions. The proverb states, the ant “has no commander, officer or ruler.” (Pr 6:7 KEY RESEARCH WORD: ANTS @ JW.org) (*Ant/water droplet, macro)