As a writer of an autobiography about life in the woods, would you spend more pages describing an ant war or loons? Why? It is written like this because I have been reading Thoreau’s book Walden. I like loons because I like birds and I hate ants, but both are interesting. Here is why.
According to Google , “Ant Wars are a direct, aggressive interaction between ants of different colonies. Ants are engaged in competition with other ants. For example, if one colony monopolizes the supply of food, this source is unavailable to other ants – that is an indirect form of competition.” An ant war is basically a war between two colony’s of ants because of food problems or territory issues. As it says in Google, “Ants may fight to protect their own nests or food storage from enemies or when they try to take over nests or seize food of not only other ant species, but also other colonies of the same species.” Ants will fight to protect their colony. It would be very interesting to see an ant war.
According to “Wilderness North”, “Loons are water birds like ducks, geese, and grebes, but they are classified separately by scientists. The five species are Red-throated Loon Gavia stellata, Pacific Loon Gavia pacifica, Arctic Loon Gavia arctica, Yellow-billed Loon Gavia adamsii, and Common Loon Gavia immer.” Loons are very beautiful and it would be interesting to find out what they did during the day.
As a writer of an autobiography about life in the woods, would you spend more pages describing an ant war or loons? Why? I would write about an ant war. It would be interesting to watch and write down what happened and the reader would be interested in what happened.