How Ants Talk

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How Ants Talk


An interactive simulation that teaches how ants use their sense of smell to communicate. Visually dynamic, this user-controlled site lets learners use a variety of tools to study the behavior and adaptations of ants.

ForgeFX (developer)/Pearson Prentice Hall Science Explorer, Pearson Education, Inc.

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• High School Middle School

Judy O'Neill

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