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Fire Ants

In the United States, imported fire ants currently inhabit all or parts of Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. They are discovered sporadically in Maryland. The red imported fire ant has also been accidentally introduced to other countries. Imported fire ants will likely continue to spread throughout much of the southern portion of the U.S, and other parts of the world where climate conditions are suitable.

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WHAT ARE THE RED WOLF’S ENEMIES

The word “wolf” alone might be enough to give you an impression of steely determination and pure composure. Despite their tough reputation, however, wolves sometimes have to worry about predators, too. Red wolves (Canis rufus) are trim-bodied members of the family Canidae. Not only do they prey on many animals, they are sometimes the prey, too.

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