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Termites, White Ants
Termites are insects which live in large colonies. They primarily eat dead plant material, like leaf litter, wood, soil or animal dung. Termites, in their colonies, divide different tasks among gender lines and they produce overlapping generations while take proper care of young ones unitedly. These are also referred to as white ants.
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