A is for Ant

A is for Ant

The placement on the page is key here.  Repeating the same ‘A’ for the body is also important for the simplicity of the design.  Kim and I like having contrasts in size throughout the alphabet in order to keep it fresh.  We could do a line of ants if we feel it helps the communication.

Until 10 years ago the hairy-backed ant was found in nests across Surrey’s heathland, but with the habitat becoming overgrown their numbers plummeted. Only one nest, which is all-female, remains on the British mainland.
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