Trap-jaw ant

Trap-jaw ant

C028/4067

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Caption

Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus sp.). These jaws are locked in place by an internal mechanism, and can snap shut on prey when sensory hairs on the inside of the mandibles are touched. Trap-jaw ants have the fastest moving predatory appendages within the animal kingdom.

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