What are termite mounds made of?

Answer Some termite species build huge mounds of clay and soil. Termite saliva, fine grained soil particles and fecal pellets are used to construct the mounds. The soil is transported from the ground belo... Read More »

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What are Ant Mounds Made Out of?

Ants are known for building large mounds in grassy areas on nearly all parts of the Earth. These mounds may seem like nothing more than piles of dirt, but they are actually feats of natural enginee... Read More »

Is there a difference between termite bond&termite protection plan?

There is no difference between a termite bond and termite protection plan. They can be purchased from exterminators and act as insurance policies against future infestation. Homeowners should be ca... Read More »

What is the difference between termite worker and termite soldier?

Workers protect and care for the eggs/lava + find food and soldiers guard the nest

What are these huge mud mounds?

snakes have no arms or legs so it is impossible for them to dig a hole...sounds like crawl fish chimney...looking at the minds you should see that it is made of lots of separate clumps of mud attac... Read More »