RE: Wildlife Encounters
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RE: Wildlife Encounters



Years ago a friend and I went to look at a 1963 Dodge B-body that had been parked outside in a field for a long time. When the hood was popped the top 1/3 of the firewall was covered by a big fire ant mound! We jumped back! For those of you lucky to live where these ants have not yet spread, they are very aggressive and their bite is quite nasty.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_imported_fire_ant 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:FireAntBite.jpg

I guess the ants found the Dodge B-body cowl area a good place to hang out! 

Gary H.
 

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