An ant digs into the dirt, grabbing a small particle, and marches to the top — dropping it off to form the mound.
This process is repeated by thousands of ants, each ant making a small impact on the betterment of the entire colony.
On the surface, the mound grows larger and larger. A deeper look underground reveals intricate arteries and a thriving metropolis.
One by one.
Piece by piece.
There are no shortcuts.
You can do all the work yourself, but the easiest way to build an ant hill is to join a colony.