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 Are termites blind?

Answer Termites, of all varieties, that belong to the worker and soldier castes are blind, having undeveloped eyes. However, those that belong to the reproductive castes do have functional, compound eyes.... Read More »
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Are termites color blind?

Except for king and queen termites, wingless workers, as well as other members of the colony, are blind. Blind termites may be able to distinguish between light and dark, but they lack the function... Read More »
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If someone is blind, but not BORN blind, do they still dream as a sighted person?

we usually dream using the brain centers that have the information stored from previous experiences , so if she saw things before she got blind she will see those things in her dreams , some people... Read More »
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How much do termites eat in a day?

North America is home to six species of subterranean termites. Depending on the species, daily food intake per termite ranges from 0.015 mg to 0.2 mg, or an average of 0.08 mg. A termite colony of ... Read More »
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