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Insect tug of war

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We're not obsessed with ants. Swear we're not. We just like to see them performing bad boy breakdancing moves and buying the farm in unbelievable style.

Now we doff our caps to these two who are battling it out like a regular pair of Geoff Capeses over dinner. The scene was captured by nature photographer Vincentius Ferdinand, 39, from Indonesia.

Who won? We don't know, but the smart money is on the chap on the left. He's got some serious purchase on that bit of grass.

Shall we go and do some actual work? Yep, fair comment...

Image: Caters/Vincentius Ferdinand

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