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Harvard research concludes gun deaths and firearm ownership are related. See more

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There were 13 gun massacres in the 18 years before Australia improved their gun control laws. There have not been any since, in over 14 years. See more

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After the worst mass shooting in Australia's history, new gun control laws dropped their firearm homicide rate by 42% over the next seven years. See more

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The US has nearly four times the gun homicide rate of Switzerland, which is second in line when it comes to homicides by firearm per 1 million people. See more

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The US has nearly six times the gun homicide rate of Canada. Per capita. See more

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Research shows the ability to use guns in robberies makes similar levels of 'property crime' 54 times more deadly in New York City than in London! See more

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Yemen, a quasi-failed state torn by civil war, had 54.8 guns per 100 people in 2007. See more

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Estimated in 2007, the number of civilian-owned firearms in the US was 88.8 guns per 100 people. See more

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The US holds 31% of global mass shooters while making up less than 5% of the world’s population. See more

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Americans own roughly 42 percent of all the world’s privately held firearms while making up less than 5% of the world’s population. See more

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The Slave-Maker ant is so named because it raids the nest of other ants and steals their pupae. Once the pupae hatch, they are made to work as slaves. See more

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Workers in an ant colony only live for about 45-60 days, but a colony's queen can live up to 20 years. See more

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Ants make up 1/10 of the total world animal tissue. The total biomass of all the ants on Earth is about equal to the total biomass of all the people. See more

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By combining force of numbers with organized aggression, ants have become the greatest insect killers on Earth -- even of their own kind. See more

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Ants began farming about 50 million years before humans thought to raise their own crops. See more

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The animal with the largest brain in proportion to its size is the ant. They are the smartest species of insects with about 250,000 brain cells. See more

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