The number of ants in the world is so large you’ll probably have trouble picturing it.
Invasive Argentine ants have built a 560-mile-long supercolony underneath California, making them virtually impossible to eradicate.
From big cats to tiny fish, the collection of animals named for Theodore Roosevelt is eclectic—just like our adventurous 26th president.
The radar picked up some rain showers on England’s southern coast. But it was actually billions of flying ants.
According to Herodotus—known as "the Father of History" as well as "the Father of Lies"—the ancient world was a very weird place.