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Bridges, highways, scaffolds: how the amazing engineering of army ants can make us smarter creators

By Chris Reid, DECRA Research Fellow, Macquarie University
Daniele Carlesso, PhD Candidate, Macquarie University
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A type of structure called a 'scaffold' acts like a safety net for ants when they go foraging, preventing them from slipping on steep surfaces.

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