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While on vacation on Fitzroy Island (in Cairns, Australia), I was on a tour of the land. The tour guide pointed out small ants on the side of a tree. These ants had a light green abdomen. It was explained that the Aborigines had used these ants for firmer breasts and tighter thighs. It was said that the women would lick about 100 a day because the abdomen contained estrogen. They said it was alright to lick one and when I did it tasted like sour pink lemonade. Any information on the ant or a scientific name would be greatly appreciated.
Re: What is the scientific name for an ant found with a green abdomen?
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