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Most Amphibians Glow – Mental Floss

After being bathed in blue light, salamanders, frogs, and other amphibians glowed a brilliant green. There’s more to these critters than meets the eye.

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A supercolony of invasive Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) stretches for 560 miles beneath California, from San Diego to San Francisco. The billions of Argentine ants are unlike other ants in many waysand they are virtually indestructible. Along with their supercolonies in Europe, Japan, and Australia, L. humiles global domination is rivaled only by that of human beings. Heres what you should know about these prolific pests.
1. Argentine ant colonies are ruled by hundreds of queens.
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