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SoCal's Ground-Zero for Argentine Ant Wars

August 3, 2012

ESPM professor Neil Tsutsui is a guest expert on the public radio show Radiolab, in an episode uncovering the warlike, marauding Argentine ants.

"Argentine ants are not good neighbors. When they meet ants from another colony, any other colony, they fight to the death, and tear the other ants to pieces."

Listen now.

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