Fijian ants grow their own plant cities and farm tropical fruits
Just doing a spot of farmingGuillaume Chomicki, University of MunichBy Alice KleinAnts beat us to it. A Fijian ant first started planting fruit crops 3 million years ago, long before human agriculture evolved. The ant – Philidris nagasau – grows and harvests Squamellaria fruit plants that grow on the branches of various trees. First, the ants insert...
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