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Where Bats Make Their Homes

Where Bats Make Their Homes

Bats are pretty interesting creatures. For instance, did you know that they are capable of eating over 1,200 mosquitoes in an hour? It's true. Bats can also find many ways to make your home their home. The flying rats basically need a very small opening to infiltrate...

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Raccoons and Roundworm

In videos on social media, raccoons look like lovable, furry friends, and most folks enjoy those brushes with wildlife when a raccoon comes up on the back porch and scurries around. One redditor actually came up with a clever name, trash pandas, affectionatley...

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How Raccoons Get into Your Home

Burglars will forever wish they had the skills of a raccoon when it comes to breaking and entering. They are Incredibly Resourceful Raccoons are incredibly resourceful when it comes to making a den inside your house. Raccoons often get into chimneys or access attics...

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Raccoons: Nature’s Trash Pandas?

If you haven’t yet seen images of raccoons posted on the internet with the caption “trash panda” then you probably are staying well clear of Reddit and Instagram. In 2014, Redditor u/CarlPeligro commented on a photograph of a raccoon, “Raccoons = trash pandas,” and...

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The Truth About Bats

When it comes to understanding the truth about bats, one of the things you should immediately put aside in your fear of these creatures (the blood-sucking vampire bats are only in South America) and realize how beneficial they are. Bats are the only mammals capable of...

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Interesting Facts About Rodents

Rats and mice, like other rodents such as squirrels, have front teeth that continuously grow. Because their front teeth never stop growing, rodents are constantly gnawing on wood and other items to keep their teeth at the right length. In fact, the word “rodent” comes...

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