Rushing to the aid of a cute baby animal is hard to resist, but be careful and follow the proper procedure.
You’ve probably heard of the saying “starve a fever, feed a cold”. It’s an old saying that goes back hundreds of years to ancient medicine.
If you were able to shrink and infiltrate a termite colony you’d notice four distinct groups: workers, soldiers, immature individuals, and reproductives. The workers are the Cinderellas of the termite world; blind, sterile, and wingless, they tend the eggs, feed the soldiers and young termites, and maintain the nest.
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