There can be millions of termites in one mound. But their mounds aren’t just piles of dirt; they are constructed with sophisticated ventilation systems that maintain the temperature and moisture content.
Termites live in colonies that can number from several hundred to several million individuals. Colonies use a decentralized, self organized system of activity guided by a swarm intelligence. Certain termites have certain roles and a typical colony will have nymphs, workers, soldiers, and a queen.
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