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How to Get Rid of Raccoons

Thursday, 14. January 2010 16:28



A racoon problem is a terrible problem to have. They’re known for their sneaky and craftiness, and in a home, they become Public Enemy Number 1. They’re about 24-46″ of annoyance, and are generally considered terrors because of how they raid garbage cans and wreak havoc on a lawn. They’ll eat many different things, ranging from fruits to frogs. They’re nocturnal creatures, and given the color of their fur, they’re practically impossible for a person to spot. While they do not come out during the day, there are a couple of exceptions, such as bad health. That being said, a human should NEVER approach the animal. They can carry any array of diseases.

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How to Get Rid of Rabbits

Thursday, 14. January 2010 15:11



Rabbits are about a foot long and their furs can be gray to brown. They have big ears and fluffy tails. The reason for big ears is that they can hear a lot better incase of danger. Rabbits are most active at dusk and dawn. Rabbits are incredibly smart because they know how to get around fences to get into vegetable gardens. Rabbits eat leafy plants during the growing season and barks of woody plants in the winter.

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How to Get Rid of Snakes

Thursday, 14. January 2010 14:57



Snakes are all covered in scales and they are all carnivorous. There are over 2,700 species in the world. They all range in size from 10 cm long, 9 m long. There are snakes that are poisonous and can be deadly to human and pets and can cause painful injuries. Poisonous snakes use their venom to catch and kill their prey then to use it for self defense. Snakes have an organ called a Jacobson Organ. What that organ does is when snakes used their tongue to sense its environment. When snakes flicker their tongues up and down it is so that they can pick up the scent of vapor molecules. When the snakes pull in their tongue, the vapor molecules are then transferred to the odor-sensitive Jacobson organ. Poisonous snakes are copperheads, rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, and coral snakes. Be cautious whenever you are approaching any type of snake. More on How to Get Rid of Snakes

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How to Get Rid of Birds

Tuesday, 12. January 2010 17:56



The three common birds found are: the Raven, Pigeons and Woodpeckers. These birds and their droppings provide unsanitary conditions and can cause over sixty transmissible diseases that can possibly be fatal. Birds are destructive to the property, equipment, merchandise, and any others that can lead to large financial losses. Birds can destroy rooftops, floors, walls, vehicles, and other equipment. The corrosive effects of the droppings will cause irreversible damage. The bird droppings will cost large financial outlays for cleaning crews, related equipment, and time. Birds also destroy plants and crops; make nests inside houses, and makes noise, etc.
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