Trap-jaw ants hunting, in slow motion

A new microdocumentary by Adrian Smith, who you may already know from the Age of Discovery podcast:

Filmed at 600 frames per second, this is about 25 times slower than life. Yet, the mandible strike is still so quick as to appear instantaneous!

1 thought on “Trap-jaw ants hunting, in slow motion”

  1. Pingback: Trapjaw ants, filmed at 600 frames per second | neuroecology

Leave a Reply