An ant store in Singapore is up and running again
The first ant store in Singapore has returned to work, which specializes in selling pet ants, after stopping for several months due to the ban that was applied due to the Corona pandemic, and the store attracts some ant lovers and onlookers with curiosity.
This store started its work in 2017 and its owner's hobby was raising ants, and he said that it aims to reinforce the negative connotations associated with ants in Singapore and looks forward to cooperating with educational institutions such as schools to teach children about ants and the nature of their life. Among the countries that are interested in ant farms are the United States of America and Canada, but Singapore is one of the least countries that have ant farms, and this shopkeeper hopes to expand and enhance the culture of dealing with ants, and he displays more than 30 types of ants in his shop, which are sold in Singaporean ant farms. Its prices range from 13.90 Singapore dollars (10 US dollars) to 200 Singapore dollars.