Termites are known for their wood-based eating habits, but what happens when they encounter everyday items like a dictionary, shoe, or even a hamburger? We placed household objects including these and others into a tank of 100,000 hungry termites to find out..."Will They Eat It?"
Join Dr. Michael Bentley in this six-part episode series to watch the drama unfold and see what these hungry insects are capable of chewing through. For more information, visit WillTheyEatIt.PestWorld.org.
Will termites have the same craving for fast food as humans do? Watch as we introduce 100,000 termites into the tank!Click Here to Watch
Will termites be able to chew through the alphabet A to Z? Watch as 100,000 termites swarm a dictionary.Click Here to Watch
Termites can take a big bite out of your wallet in more ways than one. Watch as 100,000 termites feast on cellulose-rich paper bills.Click Here to Watch
Watch as 100,000 termites devour a canvas shoe, racing through the sneaker. If you suspect or spot a termite infestation in your home, run for help!Click Here to Watch
Termites can cause damage out-of-sight and out-of-earshot. Watch as they chew through a pair of headphones with speed and ease.Click Here to Watch
The phrase “you are what you eat" really rings true for termites. After chewing through dyed cotton towels, they absorbed the dye color, turning blue and red!Click Here to Watch