Nature Live Online: Termites!

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With their towering spires, dark chambers and labyrinthine tunnels, termite mounds are some of the most impressive natural structures in the world.

But what exactly are termites? What do they do and how are they capable of building such grand structures? Join Museum researcher Joel Woon as we journey inside the termite mound to reveal the secrets of these fascinating structures and the animals that build them.

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