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A 55-hour honey time lapse

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What happens when you leave a drop of honey out for 55 hours? In this time-lapse Temponaut video, a drop of honey becomes a tasty gathering spot for a bunch of ants and a few tiny flying insects. The video continues for 55 hours before running backward.

honey with ants time lapse

Watch more of Temponaut‘s videos on TKSST, including veggies decomposing in months-long time lapses and the decomposition of a watermelon over 35 days.

Bonus: Honey in space, how weaver ants protect an entire orchard, and more insect time lapse videos.

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