The fish-hook ant, Polyrhachis bihamata, is rare and can be dangerous. It was first found in the Virachey National Park in Cambodia in 2007. It is a 1.5 cm ant with strong bended spines on its back that cut through skin and hold its attackers. When attacked, they hook onto each other so that predators won’t be able to remove an ant. Fish-hook ants live in large families on tree trunks in forests.
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