AntWorks: Space Age Habitat For Ants

AntWorks

AntWorks is an ant farm made out of gel used in a 2003 experiment on the NASA Space Shuttle to study animal life. Not only is this a great place for Ants to build a colony, but it’s also very nutritious for them. This ant farm is especially cool because it looks normal during the day, but lights up at night through an LED illuminator.

AntWorks

AntWorks

AntWorks

AntWorks

AntWorks

AntWorks

AntWorks

AntWorks

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9 Responses to “AntWorks: Space Age Habitat For Ants”
  1. Cody says:

    Wow, that is just the coolest thing.

  2. Bob says:

    Wuuut? How are you supposed to shake it like the sand ones and watch them dig out in terror.

  3. Doddington, Destroyer of worlds says:

    Gasp, I need.

  4. dennis says:

    You can buy them from Antworks at :
    http://antworksonline.com/
    My kids had one and liked it a lot.

  5. I KNOW WHAT YOU DID says:

    this is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo sick.

  6. Lektio says:

    I owned one of those. They all died in a week – That gel is nutritious for mold as well as ants…

  7. Jackie says:

    You should check this Antworks official store
    it’s only about $20
    http://www.innovatoys.com/c/ant

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