Dinosaur Ants vs Trap Jaw Ants | MONSTER BUG WARS

Dinosaur Ants vs Trap Jaw Ants | MONSTER BUG WARS

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When dinosaur ass take on the trap-jaw ant colony.

---DINOSAUR ANTS --

If those mandibles weren't fearsome enough, under the abdomen a deadly stinger packs of fatal punch. These ruthless readers will protect their colony against all comers.

-- TRAP JAW ANTS --

Lightning quick jaws on a hair-trigger, spring shut with an acceleration a hundred thousand times the force of gravity. Fully open to fully close in 0.1 three of a millisecond which means they're traveling out of a hundred and forty-five miles an hour. It has a weapon needle sharp stingers loaded with toxic venom, bringing down most
competitors. The sting is also very deadly and they can use it over and over again so they can sting back off, staying back off and keep going this over and over until the prey or the enemy just kills over dead.

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This is ringside access to bug-eat-bug gladiatorial contests! Witness some of nature’s deadliest encounters where stings, spikes and deadly venom are wielded with cold-blooded precision.

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