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Ants vs Banana, a Temponaut time lapse

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What happens to a slice of banana when it’s left out for 57 hours? It may depend on whether an ant has found it or not. See what happens in Ants vs Banana, a Temponaut time lapse featuring an ever-shrinking banana slice and a small swarm of busy ants.

ant swarm eating a banana
This Ants vs Banana macroview on Temponaut’s stock footage site is fascinating, too.

Previously from Temponaut: A 55-hour ant vs. honey time lapse.

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