• Description

Fire ants are omnivores, which means that they eat plant materials such as leaves and grass and flowers as well as meat.

If the firing and finds that prey or library on the ground, such as mice, birds, reptiles, that insects or live in sex. They will generally attack it. If the animal is too large for them to consume it will generally try to bring food back to the colony and share it.

Besides eating meat and other animals are ants also love these seeds and fruits from trees, shrubs and other plant materials.