I found this statement/fun game in a nearby insect zoo:
It says that as leaf cutter ant can lift 50 times its own weight, if you're 120 pounds and as strong as an ant, you could lift a baby blue whale (presumably this was found by linearly extrapolating the weight).
"As strong as an ant" isn't an exact definition, but if we imagine a creature with exactly the same 3d-structure and material as a leaf-cutter ant, but it was larger such that it weight 120 pound (~54 kg), would this creature be able to lift 50 times its weight? If not, how many times its own weight would it be able to lift?
Initially, I thought the answer should be "definitely yes", since we're just scaling the same thing without modifying its structure, but someone pointed to me it might be different. For example assuming same material = same density, the mass ratio between the giant ant vs the small ant might not be the same as their length ratio, and such thing might have an effect on the lifting ability.