Ants are the most common household as well as 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, which they live in a colony containing queen, worker, and broods inside a kingdom of nest. Like in human society, ants are capable of communicate with each other, job division and expanding their ‘family’ in a systematic way. This allow them to thrive and proliferate in our living environment, becoming the most difficult-to-control household pests next to cockroaches and termite.