How long do ants live for?



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    Ant colonies can survive in a long time. The queen can live up to 30 years, worker ants live up to 1 to 3 years. There are over 12,000 species of ants in the world, and certain ants can pick up a high amount of weight more than their own. Queen ants live and reproduces for many decades. When a queen dies so does her colony. 

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    Ants generally love for 90 days. Harvester ants live longer for two to six  
    months while the queen can live up to 28 to 30 years. They are social creatures with three major body parts which are the head, gastor and the thorax. Most ants have a stinger at the end of their gastor and some release it once they sting its victim like honeybees. Stingers are only found on females and is actually an egg-laying organ.

    Ants communicate through their very sensitive antennae. The oldest ant fossil was found in ember and has been dated back to 80 million years ago. The fossil showed that the fossil had many of the same characteristics as the modern day ant along with many other characteristics of the aculeate wasp.

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