Asked by Steven Ward — 13 May 2011 Answered
Today I smelled my fingers after crushing an ant. It smelled like bananas. Why?
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Justin Case said:
3 years, 5 months ago
Kelly Nichols said:
It's formic acid, which occurs naturally in ants and bees. It has a very distinctive smell...sometimes like bananas.
P.S. This is a strange topic for this site.
Toby Morrison said:
Agreed, odd question. But I just learned something ;)
kil roy metters said:
if you ever viewed the movie THEM your question would have been spelled out for you
3 years, 4 months ago
Jaffer Bhimji said:
Next time when I'm on a photo shoot, I will eat ants instead of bananas! ;)
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