ANTS – Nature’s Secret Power (Full)

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"In this documentary you will discover ants through the vision of the world renowned expert Bert Hoelldobler. There are endless records held by these amazing insects and this video is enlightening to say the least. Ants can survive and out-survive many of their peers which is demonstrated by the longevity of the species."

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