Video: How many thousands of ants do you think are in this floating ant raft? I mean, the size of it is just ridiculous and there’s more ants clumped up in balls on top of the raft too. Ants have been known to link their legs and mouths with each other to create these sort of ant rafts during flooding but this one is more like the size of an ant island. Apparently, they can survive for weeks just holding each other like this.
When the flooding finally stops, they will go back to building their homes again. This particular ant raft was spotted out in Texas.
Fun fact: The ants build these rafts by putting their babies on the bottom. Super dark, I know.