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Ants, though individually insignificant, are among the dominate organisms of the world. In the Amazonian rain forest, for example, one hectare of soil contains more then eight million Ants. They make up from 10 to 15 percent of the entire animal biomass in most terrestrial environments, turn more soil then earthworms, and play leading roles in the ecology as predators and scavengers.
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