What Is the Lifespan of an Ant?

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The life span of an ant is between 6 to 7 years. However, this can vary depending on the species of the ant. For instance the pesky black ant has a life span of 2 months.
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Ants have an average lifespan of 90 days. Harvester ants can live 2-6 months. Queens can live 10-30 years. Embed Quote
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An ant's lifespan is usually about 90 days. Harvester ants tend to live longer, usually from 2-6 months.
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A worker ant has a lifespan of 6 months while the queen ant has a lifespan of 3
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An ant's life span is normally only about 90 days. Harvester ants usually live 2 to 6 months.
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