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2015-09-11T16:50:38+05:30
During an ant bite, ant releases a special type of acid called formic acid or methanoic  acid which leads to swallowing of particular region. It can be neutralise by putting some base on it.(CAUTION: Don't use a strong base.)

In case of neetle sting , it also injects same acid. To neutralised this an another plant grows along with it called dock plant, in the wild.
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2015-09-12T12:03:25+05:30
DURING AN ANT BITE,ANT RELEASES A SPECIAL TYPE OF ACID CALLED FORMIC ACID WHICH LEADS TO SWALLOWING TO PARTICULAR REGION.IT CAN BE NEUTRALISE BY PUTTING SOME BASE ON IT.NOT THE STRONG BASE.IN CASE OF NEEDLE STRING,IT ALSO INJECTS SAME ACID.TO NEUTRALISE IT THIS ANOTHER PLANT GROWS ALONG WITH IT IS CALLED DOCK PLANT.

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