I do. That's how I learned that at least one species of our native desert ants hate chocolate!
Considering that there are a number of humans who are absolutely fascinated by ants, rocks, birds, snakes, trees, fungi, etc. etc., I would not be shocked to find advanced ET scientists who are quite enamoured of our little system.
Cool! Back when I was 20 years old --- I researched insects in the jungles of Panama for over a year ~1970... mostly moth vision, Dept. of Agriculture. But I also couldn't help but delve into following the Leaf Cutter Ants in their totally-focused activities, "on my own time". Marching along with those meticulously-cut pieces --- just can't help but admire them and the miracle of it all. I'm sure creatures more advanced than us would be similarly fascinated with our efforts to survive, thrive, understand, and reach out beyond our little sand box, even if just peeking over the edge... to see what might be out there. Tom