Inspired By Ants
Small, but strong… the mortal enemy of the picnic… the developer of complex social living dynamics… and? Some of them drink pee to survive. Get to know more than you ever thought you wanted to know about our abstract, amazing amigos—the ants.
This eye-opening edition of MUSE Magazine not only focuses on one of nature’s smallest but mightiest creatures, it also takes a look at other odd elements of nature, including slime eels, toad fish, and more. Plus, get to know real life naturalist and botanist from the past and present to see how they’re amazing discoveries have changed how we view the world around us. Every article in MUSE Magazine is well-researched, documented, and complete with gorgeous images and helpful tips so your kids will get the most out of reading.
Enjoy features including:
Paradise Lost - Exploring New Zealand’s Unique Ecology by Stephen James O’Meara
Alabama Wilson and the Zombies of the Crawling Brain by Mary Beth Cox
Boy Naturalist The true tale of a young scientist by Stephen James O’Meara
Friend and Fellow Ant Man - Meet Biology Pioneer Edward O. Wilson by Bert Hölldobler
Ants in Action by Kathiann M. Kowalsk
Regular features include Parallel U, Muse Mail, Muse News, Hands-on, Photo Op, Science @ Work, Q&A, Do the Math, Your Tech, Contest, and Last Slice.