How Do Ants Breathe?


It's amazing to think of a creature as small as an ant breathing, but yes, ants do breathe too. Ants don't have lungs, but they breathe through trachea and tracheoles. You can find more information here:
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The body of an ant is clearly divided into three sections: the head, the thorax, and the gaster. (The narrow waist is actually within the abdomen, so the part of the abdomen behind the waist is called the gaster.) The waist can be... More »
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Ants breathe without lungs. They use a system of tubes that are called tracheae and tracheoles which carry the oxygen to the tissues that require it. You can find more information here:
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