Ants are nature's best team players. Not only do they work tirelessly for their colony, they do so for little to no reward. The ones that work the hardest do so for the good of the colony, and the ones that get to have fun and reproduce don't do much work at all.
In some parts of Asia, there are worker ants that take their sportsmanship to the extreme. The Carpenter Ant (Camponotus pennsylvanicus) workers have big mandibular glands that contain a toxic substance. If they sense danger, the can rupture the glands, which BUSTS THEIR HEAD OPEN and sprays toxic substance on their surroundings. This toxic 'glue' then entangles and immobilizes their victim.