Friday, April 13, 2007

Anti Ant


Noah was right and it’s happening again, according to a semi-tropical ant colony. They and their designer luggage were moving out of the grass, across the porch, then up the front wall and into the house through a light fixture.

Windex stopped them. I wonder if SC Johnson knows about this alternative use for their product.

Do ‘possums eat ants?

3 comments:

ol doc said...

In the wild, Opossums eat insects, snails, rodents, berries, over-ripe fruit, grasses, leaves, carrion, sometimes snakes, ground-eggs, corn or other vegetables. So, if ants are insects, I guess they'd eat one. They may prefer chocolate covered ones, though!

Ranger said...

I'd prefer chocolate covered anything to plain. Smart critter.

Susan said...

Windex works on ants as hairspray works on houseflies.
I sound like such a girl.