How long do ants live in an ant farm?

Answer Worker ants, the type purchased for ant farms, do not have a long life. Some live up to one year, but most die within months of purchase, because they are typically purchased as adults. According t... Read More »

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How long do flying ants live for?

Sounds to me like you've come across a colony of large red (Or red-black, or black) ants. Each one is about half as long as a dime if this is what you're talking about.These large ants have a mati... Read More »

How long do black ants live?

Carpenter ants, sometimes referred to as black ants, have an unusually long life span. Worker carpenter ants can live up to seven years, and their queen can live up to 25 years, according to the Co... Read More »

How long can ants live under water?

Ants can live underwater for up to two weeks, according to Animal Diversity Web. Ants have an incredible ability to adapt to their environmental surroundings, including water. When exposed to under... Read More »

How long can worms live in a worm farm?

Red wigglers or Eisenia fetida can live from two to 4.5 years in a worm bin, whereas in the wild they might only live to be a few months old, notes Ohio State soil ecologist Clive Arthur Edwards in... Read More »