Author: Melissa Stewart
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426306091
Format: PDF
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Describes different types of ants and their behavior.

National Geographic Readers Ants

Author: Melissa Stewart
Publisher: National Geographic Society
ISBN: 1426308809
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Ants are everywhere. They creep, they crawl, they climb, and they fall. But they get up and they keep on working. Ants come in all different shapes, different sizes, and different colors. And they do a lot of different jobs. These hard-working little creatures thrive wherever they go, making whatever adaptations necessary in their ever-changing world. National Geographic supports K-12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources. Visit for more information. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Dr Eleanor s Book of Common Ants of New York City

Author: Eleanor Spicer Rice
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022635170X
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Did you know that for every human on earth, there are about one million ants? They are among the longest-lived insects—with some ant queens passing the thirty-year mark—as well as some of the strongest. Fans of both the city and countryside alike, ants decompose dead wood, turn over soil (in some places more than earthworms), and even help plant forests by distributing seeds. But while fewer than thirty of the nearly one thousand ant species living in North America are true pests, we cringe when we see them marching across our kitchen floors. No longer! In this witty, accessible, and beautifully illustrated guide, Eleanor Spicer Rice, Alex Wild, and Rob Dunn metamorphose creepy-crawly revulsion into myrmecological wonder. Emerging from Dunn’s ambitious citizen science project Your Wild Life (an initiative based at North Carolina State University), Dr. Eleanor’s Book of Common Ants of New York City provides an eye-opening entomological overview of the natural history of New York’s species most noted by project participants—and even offers insight into the ant denizens of the city’s subways and Central Park. Exploring species from the honeyrump ant to the Japanese crazy ant, and featuring Wild’s stunning photography as well as tips on keeping ant farms in your home, this guide will be a tremendous resource for teachers, students, and scientists alike. But more than this, it will transform the way New Yorkers perceive the environment around them by deepening their understanding of its littlest inhabitants, inspiring everyone to find their inner naturalist, get outside, and crawl across the dirt—magnifying glass in hand.

Adventures among Ants

Author: Mark W. Moffett
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520945417
Format: PDF
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Intrepid international explorer, biologist, and photographer Mark W. Moffett, "the Indiana Jones of entomology," takes us around the globe on a strange and colorful journey in search of the hidden world of ants. In tales from Nigeria, Indonesia, the Amazon, Australia, California, and elsewhere, Moffett recounts his entomological exploits and provides fascinating details on how ants live and how they dominate their ecosystems through strikingly human behaviors, yet at a different scale and a faster tempo. Moffett’s spectacular close-up photographs shrink us down to size, so that we can observe ants in familiar roles; warriors, builders, big-game hunters, and slave owners. We find them creating marketplaces and assembly lines and dealing with issues we think of as uniquely human—including hygiene, recycling, and warfare. Adventures among Ants introduces some of the world’s most awe-inspiring species and offers a startling new perspective on the limits of our own perception. • Ants are world-class road builders, handling traffic problems on thoroughfares that dwarf our highway systems in their complexity • Ants with the largest societies often deploy complicated military tactics • Some ants have evolved from hunter-gatherers into farmers, domesticating other insects and growing crops for food

The Life Cycle of an Ant

Author: Hadley Dyer
Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780778706700
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Discusses the physical characteristics, behavior, and development of ants, and explains how these social insects are threatened by habitat loss and the use of pesticides.

Army Ant Parade

Author: April Pulley Sayre
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780805063530
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Depicts an army of ants as it parades through the rain forest in search of a meal.

Creepy Crawly Collection

Author: National Geographic Society (U. S.)
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426311974
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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A collection of four books that are each about their own creepy animal.

Those Amazing Ants

Author: Patricia Demuth
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Describes those fascinating insects, the ants, in simple words and pictures.

The Magic School Bus Gets Ants in Its Pants

Author: Joanna Cole
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 9780590400244
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Filming Keesha's pet ant for a science project fair, the students in Ms. Frizzle's class take a journey into the lives of ants during which they learn many fascinating facts about the ant community. Original.

Inside an Ant Colony

Author: Allan Fowler
Publisher: Turtleback
ISBN: 9780606340533
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Describes how these social insects live and work together in organized communities that are like bustling cities.