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Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Leiningen Versus The Ants

I think that this story is mainly about a man who does not like ants near the plantation because they will destroy everything and leave bones everywhere. He did everything he could to kill the armies of ants or just move then away, but by using his intelligence. Leiningen refused to leave his plantation because it endangers the lives of four hundred workers, he considered his intelligence as his single weapon.
The ants tried to overcome their first obstacle, the water ditch by forming armies to detach themselves from the main body and march down the western and eastern sides of the ditch and during the movement by the wings, the army on the centre and southern front remained still. Yes, it has proven that ants really possessed some kind of intelligence. I think it showed that ants can think up their own plans and they can work together. Even though Leinigen wanted to save the plantation, in the end he was injured all over and covered in bandages because he was trying everything and didn't give up. In the end the plantation was still in order.


  • At 9:30 AM, Blogger coconut said…

    awsome review of the story cool picture of the ant.


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