/ 7 May 2024

Tiny ants are big indicators of climate change

Ants In A Squash Flower
In 2022, research by the University of Liverpool on the response of ants to climate change provided new insights into the effects of climate change on ant populations. (Photo by Creative Touch Imaging Ltd./NurPhoto via Getty Images)
How climate change affects ant populations and the wider effects this will have on the ecosystem is not well understood

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