An ant’s stinger is thinner than the width of a human hair, and made up of a main stinger and two “lancets” that actively drill into you as they release venom. We know this because of the incredible footage of this process that was recently captured for the very first time in super-slow motion. The footage above was shot at 1,000fps while two different species of ant stung a thin wax film. It was captured by Dr. Adrian Smith in…