Tree ants of South East Asia create nests out of leaves they glue together. One group of ants holds the edges of two leaves together. Another group on the inside of the leaves hold young Larvae from which a sticky substance is squeezed that gums the edges.
                              Washoe, A Chimpanzee trained by a psychologist of the university of Nevada had learned 163 words, using sign language, by 1966.
                               When an enemy is sighted, the Ostrich does not bury its head in the ground, as many assume. It lies down with its head and neck stretched so that it can look around without being noticed.

Tree Ants
The Ostrich
Washoe The Chimpanzee


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