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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 According to Sam Curtis in From Insulated Den toInsecticidal Nest animalsbuild homes for survivalreasons and protection. According to Linda D. in Animal Architects and TheirBeautiful Homes many animalbuild their homes by weavingmaterials such as twigs together and making many leveled homes. According to Larry Johnsonit can take MANY years tobuild and perfect their homes. "Ants rank with beavers assome of the best-known architects of the animal world," says Beth Griggs in Ant Colony In Bee Hive ProfilesJackson Smith Statesthat bees make their ownhives in the wild. They use softened wax to mold theirhoneycombs into a hive. In Animal Homes by Larry Johnson, it statesthat animals build a varietyof types of home such asdens, nest, and burrows. "These prolific builders fell trees and gather sticks and mud to construct dams, which create ponds that offer predator protection and easy access to food during the winter." says Mary Bates in 5 Awesome Animal Architects "Sociable weavers build the biggest nests of any bird, housing up to 400 individuals." states MaryBates in 5 Awesome AnimalArchitects. "These green ants, famous for their nesting ability, create nests by weaving together leaves using larval silk, in an incredible display of cooperation." states Anna Davis in These 25 Creations ByAnimals. Animals build homesfor the same reasons peopledo: protection from predators, shelter from weather, and sanctuary for raising offspring double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. By: Stacy Newman Indirect Quotes Direct Quotes Did You Know Animal Are Architects? 1 2 3 4 5
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