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Why invasive ants are a silent threat to our ecosystems

By Maximillian Tercel, PhD Candidate in Entomology, Cardiff University
Invertebrates are often described by experts as the “little things that run the world”, and ants are certainly one of the top contenders for this role. Ants help ecosystems to function normally and the total weight of all ants on Earth is roughly equivalent to 1.4 billion people, or 33 Empire State Buildings.

Unfortunately, some ants…The Conversation

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