In England, many ants fly in a single day at a time.
British ants are black common ants that are common in the backyard of a house, and are only male ants and queen ants. The reason that ants fly is for mating.
The mating time of ants is usually July or August, and the weather at this time is the best weather for queen ants to mate and form community.
The ants mate during the flight and the mating queen ants take off their wings themselves and look for a suitable place to build new ants under the ground.
On the other hand, male ants born only in mating iron in ants are the only role to mate with new queen ants. When the mating is over, the male ants will live no more than a day or two.
There is only one day when a large number of ants flock together in England. At this time, millions of ants flock to the ground simultaneously at the same time. This was the nickname of the flying ant day.
Some ants stop sporting events, and people have hair, clothes, and ants on their windshields, which hinders their operation.