Of course, ants do not talk to each other the way human beings do, but that does not mean they do not communicate. Ants communicate with each other using mostly their antennas. An ant’s antennas can detect pheromones which produce different scents. Certain pheromones may outline the path to a food source, while other pheromones might indicate the colony has defeated another. Ants also communicate through touch and body language, which they also largely depend on their antennae for. Combining touch and pheromones provides ants with an advanced form of communication.
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