Global warming woes? Tiny ants might save Earth
from Tech Times
Ronald Dorn, a geologist at Arizona State University in Tempe, who is also the lead author of the study, says that ants are altering the Earth's environment. The researchers say that an average ant does not live even for over a year but they help to reduce tiny bits of carbon dioxide gas from the Earth's atmosphere. An increase in ant population on the planet may help reduce global warming to a certain extent.
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