Surface structure helps desert ants return to known feeding sites
Desert ants, Cataglyphίs fortis, return to their nest when they are disturbed during their foraging trips. Training them to a landmark corridor enabled us to induce ants that were captured immediately after leaving the nest and transferred to an unknown
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