E.O. Wilson

Solenopsis invicta and Paraponera clavata

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Renowned evolutionary biologist Edward O. Wilson has spent his long career cracking the code of ants. It’s the ants’ ability to communicate and form tight-knit societies that lies behind their extraordinary evolutionary success. Ari Daniel Shapiro visits Wilson in his office at Harvard to learn the nature of the ants’ special language—and what’s in an ant’s name. Photo Credit: Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology

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