Creatures use a variety of techniques to protect themselves from predators or territorial intruders. Frilled Lizards flare their neck flaps to express themselves, Pillbugs roll up into a tight ball and Leopard Sea Slugs actually eject their sticky innards when disturbed. A fascinating example of 'suicide bomber' defense comes from a Bornean Carpenter Ant when pitted against a larger Weaver Ant. The smaller ant explodes. These ants have enlarged glands full of a very sticky and poisonous yellow glue. When they feel they are in danger they rupture their glands spraying glue all over the attacker which binds to the two ants in a death tableau.