The scientific community has been moving toward a more inclusive and respectful direction by dropping names that reinforce negative stereotypes against certain groups - and the insect kingdom has followed suit.
An in-depth look into what a giant sea anemone eats reveals a surprising part of its diet. Analysis showed that giant plumose anemone eats ants, and occasionally spiders, which are insects that are not found in the sea.
When the queen of the Indian jumping ants colony dies, the ants undergo a reversible process of shrinking their brains in a chance to become the new queen. It is an unknown behavior that has never seen before in any insects.