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Pest or pet? Ant farms fascinate Singaporeans

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Pest or pet? Ant farms fascinate Singaporeans

Pest or pet? Ant farms fascinate Singaporeans

Most people just want to get rid of them, but ants have become the primary business for an entrepreneur who is selling them as pets in Singapore.


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