Ant colonies are nothing new, but here’s something you probably didn’t know: In 2000, an enormous supercolony of Argentine ants was found in Southern Europe. Of 33 ant populations nested along the 6,004-kilometre (3,731 mi) stretch along the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts in Southern Europe, 30 belonged to one supercolony with estimated millions of nests and billions of workers, interspersed with three populations of another supercolony. With that said, this is what a normal ant colony looks like when filled and then extracted from the ground. Continue reading for more extremely random, yet interesting, things you don’t see everyday.