These are two different termite mounds from two separate continents. For perspective, I'm 6' 5" tall. Both of those mounds are easily twice my height. When I saw the cone one in Botswana, I was amazed. Then, while in the northern territories of Australia, I saw this even bigger one. The coolest thing about the Australian mounds is the number of them in the same area. Some are called magnetic mounds, because no matter where they build them they are incredibly thin and n-shaped so that the two ends point to the North and South poles.
Sunset in Darwin Australia, the capital city of the Northern Territory. It's not safe to go down to the beach. Salt water Crocs.
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