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Alien Ants

Outer six planets in our solar system, from Mars’s Abundant Life Basin to Pluto’s Inner Core Ecosystem

Electrical current, causes excruciating pain

Quick Facts

  • 2 to 2 1/4 feet long
  • Largest known ant in our solar system
  • Brownish-black exoskeleton protected by synaptic electrical web
  • Large mouthpieces (called mandibles)
  • Mandibles used to carry food to the colony
  • Females gather and store food; males defend colony
  • Intense electrical current runs between antennae for defense
  • Electrical current spreads across exoskeleton in extreme situations
  • Also called Hhewaryew Ants (hhewaryew means alien in Venusian)

Alien Ant “Stings”
Alien Ants protect themselves with self-generated electrical currents. In battle and defense, they “sting” by zapping foes with a current generated between their antennae. A single zap can transmit up to 30 times more energy than a typical electric outlet.

An Alien Ant that faces a life-threatening attack can become fully electric across its exoskeleton. This full-body charge often proves effective, but it takes a toll on the ant’s health. A healthy ant requires 2 to 3 days to fully recover from a full-body charge if it survives the attack.

A single Alien Ant’s sting isn’t deadly to most species, including humans. A sting usually causes severe pain and can produce any of the following effects:

  • Numbness (up to 3 days)
  • Trembling
  • Temporary paralysis
  • Nausea
  • Skin burns

Multiple stings can result in severe burns, permanent paralysis, or possibly death.

Recent Research
In 2004, renowned U.S. astro-entomologist Dr. Robert Matthews scaled numerous Alien Ant hills in a Neptunian triple-hydrogen moisture forest. During his studies, he allowed himself to be electrocuted more than a dozen times in controlled experiments. He fully recuperated from the paralyzing effects and made astounding progress in understanding Alien Ant culture.

Dr. Matthews successfully learned to communicate with a queen ant through appendage movements and light flashes. She recently agreed to live on Earth for 1 year to help set up the first Earth-based colony of Alien Ants. In trade, her Neptunian colony will receive all edible leftovers from the Moonland Amusement Park for 150 years.

The Earth-based colony allows researchers to study methods of harnessing the enormous levels of energy emitted from a single Alien Ant colony. Venusians have contributed trillions in funding for Alien Ant energy research and plan to send a team of researchers to participate in the Earth-based research project.


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