Why raccoons can be dangerous?

Why raccoons can be dangerous?

Geography: You will find raccoons throughout most of North America. Recently, raccoons have emerged in parts of Japan and Europe. Habitat: Usually, raccoons prefer heavily wooded areas with access to water, abundant vegetation and trees. These rodents are extremely adaptable, and also reside in urban and suburban areas making their homes on your property: in attics, barns, sheds and sewers. Skills: Raccoons are great climbers which allow them to easily access shelter and food. What’s more, they can open doors, bottles and jars. Problems: Raccoons are curious and highly-intelligent creatures, but these rodents can also be a nuisance to any homeowner. Raccoons can destroy yards/gardens, cause…

Must Know Facts about Bed Bugs

Must Know Facts about Bed Bugs

Bedbugs lurk in cracks and crevices and have been living on human blood for centuries. Though they aren’t known to transmit disease or pose any serious medical risk, the stubborn parasites can leave itchy and unsightly bites, but bedbugs don’t always leave marks. The best way to tell if you have a bedbug infestation is to see the live, apple-seed-size critters for yourself. Unfortunately, once bedbugs take up residence in homes and businesses, they can be difficult to exterminate without professional help. Appearance, lifestyle and habits Bedbugs are flat, round and reddish brown. The ones that typically plague humans are the common bedbug (Cimex…