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Weaver Ants are an species of ant that are eusocial insects that are most known for building their nests by using silk to weave leaves together, hence their name. These ants are highly territorial and they aggressively defend their territories against intruders. Because of their aggressive behavior, weaver ants are sometime used by farmers in South East Asia, as a easy way of keeping pests out of their crops.

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