Friday, February 12, 2010

A MAJOR discovery-- The Entombed Ant

The workshops of Hans Meevis have yet again produced a major achievement.
An ant--entombed in an assembled Cubic Zirconia .
An ancient ant trapped in the resin for nearly 604800 seconds and counting.
Being a life long student of myrmecology, and having studied ants from pre-teen years,
Hans has identified this ancient creature from
the Kingdom animalia,
and the Phylum Anthropoda,
and the Class Insecta
and the Order Hymenoptera
and the Family Formicidae
and the genus Anoplolepis,
and thus a specis of Anoplolepis gracilipes.
I say this just so every one thinks I am clever.
The fracking bubble in the front is found to be approximately 80% Nitrogen and 20% Oxygen.
Frack knows where it came from.
I say this because I can also be dumb........
A close up of Anoplolepis gracilipes. Other wise, in lay man's terms, known as a Crazy Ant.
( I am not making this up)
Unfortunately, a heavy price had to be paid by this ant and so in remembrance of the ultimate sacrifice, we have issued a Death Certificate.
Our sincere condolences go out to Mrs Ant and her royal highness the Queen.
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