Ants are the most common household and agricultural pest worldwide. What makes them successful is that these critters are small, and they live in a eusocial lifestyle. Small sizes make them an expert of hiding in holes, crack and crevices; excavating highway in your lawn and inside your property without you noticing them. They are social insects; There are queen, worker, and broods inside an ant nest. Like us in our human society, they are capable of communicating with each other, dividing job among themselves and systematically expanding their ‘family’. These allow them to thrive and proliferate in our living environment, becoming the most difficult-to-control household pests next to cockroaches and termite.