Breathing Buildings: How Termite Mounds are Inspiring Sustainable Architecture

Termite mounds are fascinating structures that serve as a shelter and protective space for termite colonies. But what’s really interesting is that they also offer climate regulation. 

Termine mounds have sophisticated ventilation systems containing a network of tunnels, channels, and air chambers that allow circulation throughout the structure. This helps to maintain and regulate temperature and humidity. 

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