Where Do Termites Live?


Sometimes you will find termites dwelling around your house, common termites burrow in wood and eat out the wood in which the colony lives, some termites build nests while others mounds on the ground and may be 9 meters high and 15 meters across.
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Termites generally live inside of wood or beneath the ground's surface. The type of termite determines where they live. Termites that live inside of wood are called drywood termites. Termites that live in soil are called subterranean termites.
Termites live in many places. They can live underground in the earth, in wood and even in houses. Termites lay thousands of eggs a day and live in colonies with up to two million termites.
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