A floating fire ant colony


This colony of fire ants were captured by photographer Kelly Jones floating in a field flooded by Hurricane Matthew back in October. The field was on Greenpath Road in Sampson County. According to studies, fire ants are extremely resilient creatures and can adapt to both land and water.


This colony of fire ants were captured by photographer Kelly Jones floating in a field flooded by Hurricane Matthew back in October. The field was on Greenpath Road in Sampson County. According to studies, fire ants are extremely resilient creatures and can adapt to both land and water.

This colony of fire ants were captured by photographer Kelly Jones floating in a field flooded by Hurricane Matthew back in October. The field was on Greenpath Road in Sampson County. According to studies, fire ants are extremely resilient creatures and can adapt to both land and water.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_fire-ants.jpgThis colony of fire ants were captured by photographer Kelly Jones floating in a field flooded by Hurricane Matthew back in October. The field was on Greenpath Road in Sampson County. According to studies, fire ants are extremely resilient creatures and can adapt to both land and water.
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