During the walking safari made camp near the Eagle Island Camp of Orient Express, on the outskirts of the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, is easy to find landscapes full of termite mounds. A termite nest is the termite colony, where care for the queen, the larvae hatch, the breed and become soldiers, workers or future queens. Commonly are 40 meters from the ground, having an underground chamber, which is the main chamber of the mound. The top is a ventilation device, which also makes the termite shade to cool. Termite mounds are large cities with real camera, crop area, aeration, cooling, materials supply area, personnel (defense, construction, agriculture, birth and child care, etc.). There are different types of termite termite species by the question, but here I will try just two types. In the first of them are flattened termite mud up to three meters high. The broad faces are oriented east-west, while they do the narrow north-south. This provision is not capricious and responds to thermal, non-magnetic. Termites are sensitive to heat and an excess of it will kill them, thereby receive the first rays of dawn sun heating the mound for the east side, while the western side remains cool. When the sun is at its zenith, the heat is up but it would not affect termites, since the rays strike the upper narrow. The other type of termite is a tower-like structure that can reach eight feet high. The cooling system used would be the envy of any engineer, because while they get to keep the temperature constant ventilation air made stale (diffuse carbon dioxide and oxygen inside outside). Due to the large number of people that are in the termite (up to several million) heat is generated, air may stall and reheating up lethal to the termites. But these great engineers have the solution: the colony will occupy the central part of the nest and the hot air and carbon dioxide loaded amount through the galleries, in the upper air moves to the side and down on adjacent channels to the surface to the basement through the porous walls occurs diffusion of carbon dioxide towards the exterior and oxygen inward. Channels depart basement to the water table, where the workers collect the clay for the manufacture of the mound. Said basement ceiling is formed by a plate supporting the colony and which leave a series of concentric plates which absorb moisture from the colony in the plates will occur absorbed moisture evaporation cools the air which arrived to the basement, rising to the colony full of oxygen and temperature.