Bert Hölldobler is a prominent German sociobiologist and entomologist known for his research on ants. He has collaborated with E.O. Wilson on several works, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning book 'The Ants'. Hölldobler's work has significantly advanced the understanding of social organization and behavior in insects.
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1. The Ants
"The Ants" is a comprehensive exploration of the biology, evolution, and behavior of ants. The book covers a wide range of topics, including the ants' origin and classification, their morphology and physiology, their communication and social organization, and their ecology. It also delves into the complex societies and intricate behaviors of these creatures, providing a detailed insight into their world. The authors use a combination of narrative and scientific explanations to make the subject accessible to both general readers and specialists.