Ants Free Coloring Pages to Print


Free Ants coloring pages amazing printable sheets from animals. Ants are small and hardworking creatures. Coloring with them is very exciting. One of the remarkable things in life science is the ant. Numerous studies have been conducted on ant species and their characteristics. Ant varieties are also among those who are curious in this context. We have prepared ant coloring pages because of the interest of children in these creatures.

(Free Printable) Ants coloring pages


Cute Ant

I hope you enjoyed our coloring pages about ants. I would like to explain to you information about the ant and its species. When ant species and their characteristics are researched, you will come across very interesting information. The types of ants and the strong, hardworking nature of ants attract the attention of researchers. Numerous studies have been conducted on the characteristics of ants. There are millions of living things living on Earth. One of these creatures is the ants, which are described as "the hardest working creature". Ants are creatures that live in crowds and are very important to the population. The creatures in question can live anywhere in the world, except in tropical regions. Ants belong to the same family as bees.

Types of Ants

There are around 35 thousand species of ants in the world. We can also say that each species has its own varieties. We can list the commonly known ant species as follows.

  • army ants
  • honey ants
  • Umbrella ants
  • fire ants
  • shepherd ants
  • weaver ants
  • carpenter ants
  • Argentine ants
  • harvest ants
  • shepherd ants
  • smelly house ants
  • pharaoh ants
  • pavement ants

Characteristics of Ants

Ants are the only living things other than humans that can do agriculture. They hide the leaves they pluck with their jaws under the ground, chew them and turn them into mush. They also grow these porridges as mushrooms on dry leaves. We can list the general characteristics of ants as follows.

  • They can live anywhere on Earth except Antarctica.
  • They seek food outside of their nests.
  • They can cooperate with each other.
  • They have 3 stomachs. In the first stomach, the nutrients are absorbed, the second part is preserved, and the last part acts as a crop.
  • Ants do not have ears. They sense vibrations thanks to the structures on their feet.
  • There are no lungs.
  • Even if ants have a full stomach, they can die. Because ants have a social stomach. that is, their stomachs are for other ants to feed on.
  • There are also poisonous ant species.
  • Ant colonies have a distinctive smell.
  • Their average lifespan is 28 years.
  • When they die, a liquid emanates from their antennae.
  • The dead ants are taken to the cemetery by the colony.
  • Ants known as Myrmecia are the most aggressive and powerful ant species.

The industriousness and interesting characteristics of ants have also inspired many philosophical issues. Different characteristics of ants continue to be determined through scientific studies. There are many scientific works written in this context.

They are the only creatures other than the human race that can farm. With the help of their jaws, they hide the leaves they have plucked under the ground, chew them into mush, and grow mushrooms on dry leaves. The protein value of these mushrooms is quite high.

They live in almost every part of the world except Antarctica.

Their most important activity is their search for food outside of their nests.

There is a division of labor within ant societies. They also communicate between individuals to solve complex problems. These features are similar to humans.

They have 3 stomachs, the first part is the absorption of nutrients and the function of a pump, the second part is the preservation of nutrients, and the third part is the expandable crop.

Ants do not have ears. Thanks to the special structures on their feet, they move by interpreting the vibrations and signals on the ground.

They don't have lungs.

The altruistic ant transfers food to a hungry friend by making contact with its antennae. This event is called ejaculation, that is, trophalasis.

Ants can starve to death even if their stomachs are full. Because ants have a social stomach. They store most of their food here, allowing other ants to feed. He cannot benefit from the food in the social stomach himself.

Some species have poison.

With the help of their glands, they leave a scent trail until they reach the food, and inform their other ant friends in this way.

Each ant colony has its own unique odor.

The living area of each colony is around half a kilometer. It contains food stores, ventilation system, egg care rooms, bridges, garbage areas, emergency exits, intersections and connections.

The most viable creature among insect species is the queen ant. It has an approximate lifespan of 28 years.

About 20% of these creatures, known as industrious, do nothing. For this reason, they are known as lazy ants.

The approximate lifespan of an ant is between 45 and 60 days.

When they die, a liquid is secreted from the antenna structure that informs the environment of death.

The dead ant is taken to the cemetery.

Cute friends who are in a constant state of movement with their tiny little legs, all kinds of habits and the aunty trying to catch up with their Golden Day; ants… Let a crumb fall on the ground, there is a panic, an immediate corporate attitude; At least 50 ants are there at the time of the hoop. With an average lifespan of 28 years, the queen ant is the longest living of many insect species. Don't just say ant, so you have to show respect, is 28 years old less? When ants die, they release a chemical. This chemical is almost a signal to other ants that they are dead. Other ants, who receive the news, carry the dead ant to the cemetery. Since they do not have a significant weight, ants will not die even if you throw them from the plane. So it has nothing to do with height. Biologist Sir John Lubbock conducted a strange experiment on ants in the 1800s. Although the sober ant can carry the drunk ant to the nest; He could throw a foreign ant into the water. This is the first time we've heard of the ant's grudge. According to research, 20% of ants are useless. These are called 'lazy ants'. We can't help but wonder what they are doing. Are they spreading all day and waiting for a seed in the nest? Some species of carpenter ants can explode as the last step in self-defense. Yes, you heard right, they can explode.