Ah, agriculture. That wonderful way of raising crops. Started about 10,000 years ago.
Or did it?
It turns out that humans aren’t the only one’s who raise crops for food. Ants have been doing it for much longer. On particular ant, Philidris nagasau, doesn’t just eat a particular fungus, but when an ant colony splits, they carry a start of the fungus to the new location. They’ve been doing it for over 8 million years, much longer than Homo sapiens has been around.