Ants have long been fascinated by humans, which has led them to seek out human habitats.
The animals have also evolved to exploit human food sources.
And they’ve gotten really good at finding human food.
But the ants haven’t always found food, and they’re starting to question their relationship with humans.
According to new research, however, there may be a way to rekindle their love.
The researchers used the cameras of a drone to capture a series of ants.
These cameras record the movements of ants that move along a trail and then zoom in on the trails to see if they’re in a specific area.
The video of the ants was taken on July 6, 2019.
The researchers found that the ants were in a lot of different areas around the trail, which they called a “vista.”
In one instance, the ants took a photo of a trail that ran alongside the edge of a cliff.
But they also spotted other trails that were only visible from the center of the viewfinder.
The ants were attracted to those spots because they were hidden.
So the researchers recorded the ants using a camera that can capture images of an area, rather than a camera with a fixed focal length.
The team also added a feature called a strobe light to the camera so that it can flash while the ants are still in the area.
The ants moved around the area, and their movements were captured on a video that showed how many times the ants walked across the trail.
This video showed the ants in a number of different places, from a spot right near the trail edge to a small hilltop area that was a few yards away.
But when the ants got to the small hill, the video showed that they didn’t follow any trails, instead following one big one that went from the edge to the hilltop.
The scientists speculate that ants don’t know which path to take and therefore prefer to follow one path that’s visible from a certain angle.
The team found that this particular type of wandering behavior was more common in groups of ants and was more noticeable when the animals were in groups.
So if the ants can follow the path that they see, it suggests that they’re attracted to the groups of humans that they are in, the researchers said.
It also indicates that they could be looking for human food, the scientists said.
But the researchers noted that the results didn’t prove that the behavior is common or universal among all ants.
The data they collected only showed that the group behavior is observed by about 25% of the animals.
In addition, the study only measured the speed of the motion of the group, which didn’t really tell us if the group was walking at the same speed or not.
The study was published in the journal PLoS ONE.
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