Can Ants Fly?

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There is a specific species of ants that can indeed fly. Not all ants in the species will develop wings but only a fraction of the colony. The queen usually has wings but losses them after mating.
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With flying ants sometimes travel only a few feet and other times they travel only a few feet and other times they travel quite a distance. Now the purpose of the swarming is for
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Queen ants can fly.
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Well. The difference between the two are that they are completely separate animals. Let me elaborate, the ant is a social insect from the Formicidae insect family. While the flies
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The female queen and the male have two pair of wings until they reproduce, They use these wings to fly and mate. After mating, the male dies soon after and the female breaks off her wings and never flies again.
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