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Ants steal boiled shrimps

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May. 05, 19 | 12:30 pm

If you think that only in the movies can you can see ants stealing food, think again.

Photos of a throng of ants dragging boiled shrimps are making rounds on social media after a Facebook user caught them in action.

Klarck Niall Tacalan said in his caption that he wants to know the real culprit behind the missing food.

He said he is always being pointed to as the culprit.

His investigation surprisingly caught these small creatures seemingly doing a parade of the boiled shrimps that they took.

Some of the photos showed the ants carrying the shrimps while climbing a wood and the others showed them with the shrimps while crossing a wire.

Facebook users can’t help but be amazed by Tacalan’s photos.

One Facebook user named Danessa Mae Naynos Letrodo said those ants in the picture are “Ant Man’s comrades.”

There are also others who posted GIF images of Ant Man making the thumbs up sign.

Ant Man is one of Marvel’s superhero whose movie was out in 2015 featuring Scott Lang (played by Paul Rudd) in a suit that allows him to shrink in size and possess the power to control an army of ants.

Tacalan’s post was shared 30,409 times since it was posted on May 3.

It has more than 20,000 likes as of this writing.

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