Why don't ants die in a microwave?
I noticed that ants wouldn't die even when you put them inside a running microwave. To me it was a puzzle. I am not sure if I just didn't run it longer but I am sure that it could have warmed already a bread for that duration.
Dude, why are you microwaving ants? I find that most critters don't like bleach. Bleach the microwave!
Thanks for your answer. I understand what you mean. You made my day!
I have no idea what the answer is but I was so intrigued to find out if anyone had the answer so I looked in. Insects are really resiliant especially ants but I didn't think they could have survived microwaves. Maybe you should try asking on one of the science forums online? If you ever get to find out about these ants let me know!
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