Antlions hill is an unnamed (to this day), unimportant hill near suburb of Ankara called Eryaman (neighbourhood of Etimesgut district in Ankara, Turkey), where is one of the best views to this part of city and to Göksu park from its north side. But there's another interesting thing about this hill. Because of large population of ants and sandy soil, there are many of Antlion's pits. You do not know antlions (Türkçe: Karıncaaslanı)? So make an observation and teach yourself more about these interesting animals (insects).
Strictly speaking, the term "antlion" applies to the larval form of the members of this family, but while several languages have their own terms for the adult, there is no widely used word for them in English. The antlion larva is often called "doodlebug" in North America because of the odd winding, spiralling trails it leaves in the sand while looking for a good location to build its trap, as these trails look like someone has doodled in the sand.
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