Termite mounds are a common sight on the Serengeti plain. And though they may look like piles of dirt (they are made of some dirt, but mostly they're made of termite fecal matter), termite mounds serve as chimneys, providing ventilation for the highly structured society that lives below.

Experience life beneath the termite mound in this new episode of DIORAMA, a collaboration with PBS Digital Studios and Thirteen WNET Interactive.