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Vampire Bats Can Donate Blood To Others Of Its Kind

May 18th, 2017

Vampire Bats Can Donate Blood To Others Of Its Kind A recent study has shown that female vampire bats can share blood with their friends. Bats are amazingly altruistic creatures. Bats are known for being socially sophisticated mammals, but they are probably even more generous to those in need than you are. Vampire bats have…

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Why You Should Never Have a Raccoon as a Pet

January 24th, 2017

Raccoons don’t normally come to mind when I think of animals people keep as pets, but apparently a number of people out there think that having a raccoon for a pet would be fun. Let me stop you right where you are, and tell you that is a very bad idea, so just forget about…

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Wildlife Removal

November 8th, 2013

Nuisance Wildlife 101 A guide to identifying common wild animal invaders   While they might seem cute and cuddly scampering about in the great outdoors, wildlife presents a unique set of dangers if they try to make their homes inside ours. It can be very unnerving to discover wildlife in your home because one raccoon…

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April 25th, 2013

COCKROACHES: A HIDDEN DANGER IN THE HOME Cockroaches are more than just a household nuisance; they are also significant danger in the home. Bug Busters warns that cockroaches can pose a health threat to humans by spreading many different types of bacteria that can increase asthma and allergy symptoms, especially in children. The National Pest…

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Squirrel Birth Control

October 31st, 2012

Squirrel Birth Control: To Stop Invasion, Science Gets Seedy Drug-laced sunflower seeds may lower numbers of the booming rodents. Facing a banner year for gray squirrels across the U.S., researchers are pulling out all the stops in their struggle to trim the tree dwellers’ numbers—even contraception. Due to a warm winter and a resulting boom…

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Atlanta Wildlife Removal

September 26th, 2012

Atlanta Wildlife Removal

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Invasive Species Cause Serious Damage to Homes and the Environment

February 15th, 2012

Invasive Species Cause Serious Damage to Homes and the Environment National Pest Management Association Reports an Increase in Insects of Foreign Origin Invasive species, or insects of foreign origin, have increased in population and are causing serious problems for American homeowners.  According to the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), homeowners nationwide should remain vigilant to…

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