I was very naughty since I was a child. I always love to touch it here. I am here, what problems are raised, and everything must be seen. I have not let go of the birds raised in the house, the little turtles, the snails, and the ants caught outside.
Today, I went to visit the three ants I caught. The three are housed in a set of transparent boxes with a magnifying glass for easy viewing. One medium and one small are packed together, and the biggest one is next door. The small ant "8" shaped body is bright and bright, the two tentacles are long, here touch, the touch there, the small eyes are too small to see, the small mouth is like two knives, cutting the food to be handy. Looking at it, the two big ants are like infectious diseases. They use abdomen to knock the box face like a trembling. What are they doing? Cold? I can't think of it, but I don't dare to move them, so I have to continue to observe. I saw the little ant in the first box climbed out from behind the mud, walked to the middle of the big ant, and touched it with the tentacles. The ant immediately stopped shaking and stalked the ant with the tentacles. The ants in the second box are still "trembling."
Isn't this looking for a friend? They use jitter to signal the surrounding ants, and other ants will climb out if they hear the signal, even if they find a friend. Hey, little ants will find friends! Novelty! However, there are more interesting ones. This is also my new discovery.
After a meal, I was bored. I opened the curtains and went to see my two little birds.
Because the time is not early, they have had some sleepiness, and the eyelids are pulling and not making trouble. Suddenly, the green screams opened its mouth and forced it to open its wings. Without snoring, it returned to its original state. Strange action! I am puzzled and I always pay attention to them. After a period of observation, I found that this group of actions often occurs when the bird just woke up in the morning and before going to sleep at night. Isn't this just yawning and stretching? That's it!
Animals also have this habit! What are the two novelty discoveries!