Bullet ant

Bullet ant

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Caption: Bullet ant. Close-up of a bullet ant (Paraponera clavata), showing its large jaws (mandibles, centre). Bullet ants get their name from their powerful and potent sting. They inhabit humid lowland rainforests from Nicaragua and the extreme east of Honduras, south to Paraguay.

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