How Long Do Ants Live?


There are over 12,000 species of ants in the world, and ants can pick up over 20lbs more than their body weight. Some queen ants can live and reproduce for several years, and if the queen dies, so does the colony of ants. You can find more information here:
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The acrobat ant, or Crematogaster, is a black to dark brown or red and black species of ant that is usually identified by the heart-shaped abdomen. The ant workers move about with
most ants live about 90 days but havester ants about 2-6 months Embed Quote
i believe they live in ant-hills.
a dry place.
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Most ants seem to live about 90 days, though Harvester ants actually live a bit longer. Harvester ants usually live for anywhere from 2 to 6 months. There are rare exceptions when some ants have lived as long as one year.
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