Why do ants live underground?

Answer Ants are social insects, meaning they live in colonies and work together for the good of the whole colony. Different species have different nest structures, but most of them dig intricate shafts an... Read More »

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Where do red ants live?

Red ants are from South America, yet they live in many other regions of the world, including Arizona, New Mexico and California. They were introduced to North America in the 1930s. They reside in s... Read More »

Can ants live in a mattress?

While the most common bugs infesting a mattress are bed bugs, according to Viking Pest Control, if ants can infiltrate a mattress, they can establish a nest inside of it. There is anecdotal evidenc... Read More »

Where do sugar ants live?

Sugar ants live and forage in woodland areas. They commonly live in soil, under rocks, in wood or around shrubbery. They prefer warm, moist areas, and their nests are sometimes marked by large dirt... Read More »

Where do leafcutter ants live?

Leafcutter ants live in the semi-tropical and tropical rainforests of South and Central America, as well as some parts of the southern U.S. They build large colonies underground that have a queen, ... Read More »