Natural selections

warrior ants

Natural selections

Those who are most "fit" will survive and pass down their traits.

being "fit"

The ability to reproduce fertile offspring

warrior ants

  • Warrior ants have a chemical signal that tells other ants in the family not to attack. Some have adapted and learned to imitate the chemical signal from other colonies so they can invade and take over another colony and the workers will never know.the ants with the most signal will survive,because no other ant would have the ability to imitate the chemical signal.

"selections" are determined by:the environment

  • They are especially prevalent in tropical forests, where they may be up to half of all the insects living in some locations.