The world’s smallest fly probably decapitates really tiny ants

Some flies, known as phorids, specialise in decapitating ants in a gruesome way. They lay their eggs inside their victims. When the maggots hatch, they move towards the ant's head, where they gorge upon the brain and other tissues. The ant stumbles about in a literally mindless stupor until the connection between its… »7/02/12 4:05pm7/02/12 4:05pm