A giant ants’ nest has been discovered by doctors inside the ears of a 12-year-old girl disclosed that ants began to crawl out of her ears last August with about 10 live ants crawling out of her ears on daily basis.
Shreya Darji, from Deesa, Gujurat, in India had about 1,000 ants removed from her ears by the doctors.
A senior Ear, Nose and Throat surgeon, Dr Jawahar Talsania, 58, tried to suffocate the ants but they continued to breed, according to Metro UK.
He said: “We have conducted all possible scans on the child including an MRI and CT scan but they are all normal.
“We cannot find any abnormality in her ears. She doesn’t experience any kind of pain – despite the ants biting her – and no damage has been found to the eardrums.
“The family live a normal life and they have a healthy environment so we can’t even blame their living conditions. We’ve not seen anything like this in our medical history.”
Shreya’s father, Sanjay, says he is concerned that the 12-year-old’s condition is becoming worse.
Hhe said: “I have done everything I can.
“I have taken her to the best doctors but they have failed to solve the problem.”