Ants have found that individual personality affects their habitat decisions.
Ants laboratory scientists at Bristol University in England observed rock ants to see how the character of individual ants affects their choice of habitat.
Rock ants have a lot to consider especially in choosing a nest, said researcher Thomas O'Shea Weller.
Oshi Weller and his team made several nests of different conditions and took 160 ants in 10 different habitats and studied how the ants adapted to the bird nest.
The researchers found that there was a difference in the time each ant stayed in a nest of different conditions.
"Some ants are tricky and other ants are more liberal, so they adapt well to any kind of nest. It is the same with man. Not everyone wants to live in a luxury mansion. "
Some ants seemed to be bored and ready to leave for another home. Oshi Weller called them 'colonial imaginations.'
Anadon House of the University of Arizona, USA, said, "It 's very useful if you have a few tough ants in your habitat.
Researchers have found that ants that solve almost everything are most helpful when deciding where ants settle.
Especially when deciding which of two poor quality nests to go to, the ants who solve all this have helped make the group decisions faster.
The researchers said they do not know what the ants are behind this personality.