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Ready for Their Close Up

Ready for Their Close Up

A new project from the California Academy of Sciences, dubbed 'AntWeb,' aims to catalog the world's 12,000 different ant species using advanced imaging technology. So far, the project has documented over 5,000 ants in breathtakingly vivid detail. BBC News has a gallery of some of the more spectacular specimens, including this Harpegnathos saltator, a predatory ant that dwells in India.

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