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Empire of Ants: The Hidden Worlds and Extraordinary Lives of Earth's Tiny Conquerors

by Fritsche, O.; Foitzik, S.

  • Hardback £16.99
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  • Catalogue No : 44670
  • ISBN : 9781856754590
  • Published : MAY 2021
  • Cover : Hardback
  • Pages : 304
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  • Catalogue No : 47830
  • ISBN : 9781856754910
  • Published : APR 2022
  • Cover : Hardback
  • Pages : 304
  • Publisher : Gaia Books
  • Illustrations : 15 b/w illus

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'Beautifully written and filled with mind-boggling wonders' - Dave Goulson, author of A Sting in the Tale

'Thrilling, compellingly readable and paradigm-shattering' - Charles Foster, author of Being a Beast

'Both expert and entertaining' - David Barrie, author of Incredible Journeys

Ants have been walking the Earth since the age of the dinosaurs. Today there are one million ants for every one of us.

The closer you get to ants, the more human they look: they build megacities, grow crops, raise livestock, tend their young and infirm, and even make vaccines. They also have a darker side: they wage war, enslave rivals and rebel against their oppressors. From fearsome army ants, who stage twelve-hour hunting raids where they devour thousands, to gentle leaf-cutters gardening in their peaceful underground kingdoms, every ant is engineered by nature to fulfil their particular role.

Acclaimed biologist Susanne Foitzik has travelled the globe to study these master architects of Earth. Joined by journalist Olaf Fritsche, Foitzik invites readers deep into her world - in the field and in the lab - and will inspire new respect for ants as a global superpower.

Fascinating and action-packed, Empire of Ants will open your eyes to the secret societies thriving right beneath your feet.

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