Teamwork. It’s a powerful thing, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the relationships that harvester ants share with one another. These creatures aren’t the sharpest tools in the shed, yet somehow when you get them together in a colony, they can do amazing things. An example of this is in the traditional ant farm that you kept as a little guy. The Ant Jar from Jeff Schwarting takes this concept and develops it for the space age.
Just how space age? Well, the Ant Jar uses NASA space gel, preloaded for these guys to do their thing. Obviously, if you were never in to science or the creepy crawly things, you may want to second guess this, but if you were ever fascinated by nature or you just want a good object lesson for your next productivity meeting, this is a pretty great place to start.
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