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Pheidologeton diversus
Though brutally efficient, the raids of marauder ants (Pheidologeton diversus) have no leader and no battle plan. A raid arises through the actions of each worker and the tens of thousands like her acting locally. The colony as a whole can then act “globally.” Photo © Mark W. Moffett/Minden Pictures
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