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Ziggy T. R. Davies

It seems there is a great possibility that the ant's behavioural change is due to some form consciousness; a realisation that they are marked for death, conscious that they are a detriment to their hive-mind psychology. That their behaviour is that of a conscious and dutiful action.. Science, prove me wrong... =]
I do wonder how Darwin would interpret and respond to these discoveries.

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