Dirty Ants!


antsRemember my ant farm? Well of my original 50 ants, only about 30 of which made it to the farm alive (death during shipping), we currently still have around 20 alive. The ant farm on the other hand is showing signs of wear. The ants have created a huge network of tunnels which is simply amazing to look at and I love watching them as they tunnel through the sand. What I don’t like is that these guys will bury their food. I only give them a couple of seeds at a time but each and every time they run off with them and bury them which leads to mold growth. So, due to the fact that the old house needs a good clean out, I found another ant farm on clearance for $15 and picked it up so that I have somewhere a little cleaner to keep my ants while I clean up their dirty home. I’m not quite sure how I’ll go about the process yet but I can’t just leave them with mold growing in their house, besides looking gross it could kill my poor little ants off. They’ve made it a long time so far and I don’t intend on letting food be the reason they died!

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