Do ants sleep?

Do the ever-moving ants sleep? Science that exists. Studies show that the ant colony workers and the queen sleep in short series. Working ants repeat an average of 253 sleeps a day, lasting about 1.1 minutes. The essence is that you sleep a total of 4.8 hours a day.

The queen’s sleep is repeated 92 times a day. These sleeps last about 6 minutes each. The ants transmit the message by touching the antennae. But the antennas fold back during sleep. And is reluctant to respond to other ants’ messages. The queen ant is found in the center of the cage but keeps itself out of contact with other ants. But even if other ants touch the queen during sleep, they do not know. The shape of the queen’s antenna may also change during sleep.

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