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Three Way Ant Warfare a Lesson in Co-Existence

Research showing how fungus-farming ants allow parasites to pillage their crop and eat their offspring, in exchange for offering protection against an even more brutal enemy, is offering clues into co-evolution between species. Jim Drury has more.

http://www.wusa9.com/video/2889755549001/1/Three-Way-Ant-Warfare-a-Lesson-in-Co-Existence http://cdn.newslook.com/ef/efa31b16620c8998fae40f0f3cc8954f/images/frame_0038.jpg Three Way Ant Warfare a Lesson in Co-Existence Research showing how fungus-farming ants allow parasites to pillage their crop and eat their offspring, in exchange for offering protection against an even more brutal enemy, is offering clues into co-evolution between species. Jim Drury has more. PanamaJim DruryDavid NashRachelle Adamsnewslookscience 02:26

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