Where Do Ants Live?

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Ants live on the ground or on the soil surface. They live in colonies; where you spot a small mound of dirt on the ground. One main characteristic of ants is their ability to leave pheromone trails to be followed by other ants.
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Ants are fascinating insects. They live in colonies under the ground. Look on the ground and when you see a small mound of dirt with a hole in the middle, chances are this is an ant hill. You can find more information here: http://students.estrellamountain.edu/drakuna/studentfrontpageprojects/AnetteKelly/new_page_4.htm
Ants can be found all over the United States and almost every other continent. They don't like Antarctica, though. Most often times, ants form colonies and live in the ground. Carpenter ants however, reside in wood. Other types of ants may have nests on trees. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant#Nest_construction
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