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Trap-jaw ants’ lightning-fast bite should rip their heads apart. Here’s why it doesn’t.
Scientists have revealed how trap-jaw ants' jaws can snap closed at blistering speeds without shattering from the force.

Trap-jaw ants’ lightning-fast bite should rip their heads apart. Here’s why it doesn’t.,Scientists have revealed how trap-jaw ants’ jaws can snap closed at blistering speeds without shattering from the force.

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