The display will include a live leaf-cutter ant colony from the lab of Ted Schultz, the museum's curator of ants.
And there will be a 6-foot-tall cast of an underground ant colony that was collected by Walter Tschinkel, who studies ant-nest architecture at Florida State University.
In addition, the museum will display 39 close-up photos of ant activities around the world."
And much like us, ants achieve domination by being social creatures. They must cooperate with each other to meet their basic needs for food, shelter, and defense. How they do this can look both strikingly familiar and bizarre."