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Termite Mound in Cape York, Australia • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Termite

Look at the house some Termites made! It is a Termite Mound in Cape York, Australia

Magnetic termite mounds, Litchfield National Park. They call them magnetic termites because the termites build their mounds with the thin edges facing east and west. These towers act as cooling towers for the colony underground.

Magnetic termite mounds, Litchfield National Park - They are named so as the termites build their mounds with the thin edges facing east and west, to act as cooling towers for the colony underground.

Termite Inspection: Five Places You Shouldn't Overlook!

Termites cause more damage annually than natural disasters, more then fire, floods, hurricanes or earthquakes combined. Termites can do this damage unnoticed

Sometimes flying ants can be mistaken for flying termites. Check out this diagram to know the difference, and save yourself possible worry!

Sometimes flying ants can be mistaken for flying termites. Check out this diagram to know the difference, flying ant has two different lengths of wings, and you can't miss the three body parts. Termites are all one size except for the wings.

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There was a spider… it’s gone now… thank goodness. We hate spiders.

Why you should never ignore a termite swarm

Don't Ignore Termite Swarms Outside Your Home

Why you should never ignore a termite swarm


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