All ants have six legs.
Each leg is made up of different segments, each one having two claws at the base of what the ant uses these claws to hold on the services and actually dig deep into small purposes. It's great sense of touch is due to the enormous amount of receptors that it has on the bottom of its feet. These are called tactile receptors that, in conjunction small hairs let them know all the different spots where it can grasp to hold on. These hairs also the use to communicate with other members of its colony by rubbing up against each other and stroking each other gently.