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Ants are strong. Or are they?

Many people think that ants are some of the strongest creatures to have lived on earth; they can lift several times their own weight which is of course true. Have you ever wondered what makes them so strong? Imagine the following scenario: A mad/evil scientist scales up an entire colony of ants to the sizes of elephants. Will he rule the Earth with this army? Give your answers along with your reasons.

Note by Yash Talekar
3 years, 11 months ago

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If nobody answers I am going to give the answer tomorrow :D

Yash Talekar - 3 years, 11 months ago

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