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What To Do When Bitten By A Bat

Due to literary comparisons between bats and vampires, some people expect a bat bite to resemble fang marks. In truth, bat teeth are so sharp and so tiny, they might not leave any mark at all.

What Sounds Do Skunks Make?

While homeowners are often alerted to a skunk’s presence by the smell, these pests do make noticeable sounds.

How To Distinguish Red Ants From Black Ants

Most people are familiar with ants through coloration, with black and red at the forefront of many homeowners’ minds.

How To Identify Skunk Dens

While they prefer to use the abandoned holes of other burrowing pests, skunks may also opt to make their dens under decks, porches, and sheds.

What Do Baby Cockroaches Look Like

Just like the adults, baby cockroaches can carry bacteria on their bodies. They transfer these pathogens through contact with food and utensils.

Can Bed Bugs Be Killed By Freezing?

These tough pests are able to breed quickly, hide well, and survive all but the most extreme conditions.

Average Lifespan Of A Squirrel

Due to diseases, human interaction, and predators, it is estimated that most wild squirrels do not live more than eighteen months.

Canada's Top 25 Bed Bug Cities Of 2018

Bed bugs are extremely efficient hitch hikers. They can move easily across a room and climb onto luggage or anything left on a bed in just one night.

The Top Venomous Snakes In Canada

Of the 26 native species of snakes in the country, only four are venomous.

The Average Lifespan Of A Raccoon

The average lifespan of a raccoon in the wild is about five years, but with abundant food and shelter they’re able to survive well past a decade.

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