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Opossums Used To Celebrate the New Year in Georgia

January 4th, 2019

Everyone is familiar with the New Year’s tradition of watching the ball drop in Times Square in New York City at the stroke of midnight, after which you are supposed to kiss someone to bring in the new year. We humans have been celebrating the new year for at least 4,000 years according to historians.…

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State Wildlife Officials Captured Photos Of A Two Foot Tall Squirrel

December 4th, 2018

Humans are no strangers to squirrels, as human and squirrel habitats largely overlap. This means that just about every American has spotted wild squirrels more times than can be counted. So, if anyone claimed to have spotted a two foot tall squirrel in the wild, any American would certainly dismiss such a claim as pure…

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Squirrel Killings Have Residents Of One Connecticut Neighborhood Mystified And Disturbed

October 29th, 2018

During the month of October, shortly before Halloween arrives, it becomes acceptable for people to indulge their darker curiosities. At any other time of the year, watching documentaries about Jack the Ripper or “the real life Hannibal Lecter” may strike your friends and family as strange, to say the least. However, Halloween allows people to…

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Chipmunks And Squirrels Can Carry The Plague

April 4th, 2017

If you have never heard of the plague before, then you must gain at least a basic understanding of European history. A few centuries ago, an epidemic disease that is now known as the plague ravaged Europe. Unfortunately, it turns out that both squirrels as well as chipmunks can carry this disease. The plague is…

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This One Plant Will Help Get Rid of Spiders, Mice, and Insects in Your Home | Wildlife Control

December 7th, 2016

We all have insects and spiders living in our home with us. However, there is one plant that will scare away all of them including spiders, mice, and any other insects that may be hiding in the dark corners of your house. You might find it surprising that this plant is mint. Grow this plant…

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