Bullet ants, found in Central and South America, are known for their excruciatingly painful sting. Their venom is considered one of the most painful in the insect kingdom.
Army ants are highly aggressive and notorious for their aggressive hunting behavior. They travel in large swarms, attacking and overpowering other insects and small animals.
Fire ants deliver painful stings that can cause severe allergic reactions in some individuals. They build large colonies and are highly territorial, defending their nests fiercely.
Bulldog ants, native to Australia, are known for their aggressive nature and potent venom. Their stings can cause extreme pain and may result in allergic reactions.
Siafu ants, also known as driver ants or safari ants, are found in Africa. They move in vast swarms and are capable of stripping prey, including small animals, to the bone.
Jack jumper ants, found in Australia, are notorious for their aggressive behavior and painful stings. Some individuals can experience severe allergic reactions to their venom.
Giant Asian bullet ants are large and extremely aggressive. Their stings are incredibly painful and can cause neurological symptoms in humans.
Red weaver ants, common in Southeast Asia, have powerful jaws and deliver painful bites. They are known for their unique nest-building behavior using leaves and silk.