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  • House Mice And Pet Food

    House Mice And Pet Food

    House mice infest about 21 million US homes each year. That’s a huge number, and to make matters worse, they’re not only creepy, they are downright dangerous. They can spread over 35 diseases to humans, trigger asthma and allergies, and cause structural damage to the home. With these kinds of numbers, it may seem like

  • Can House Centipedes Be Dangerous?

    Can House Centipedes Be Dangerous?

    House centipedes will enter a building looking for shelter and food. They are quite adept at living indoors, especially if they are able to find other insects that they can feed on. Generally, house centipedes are not harmful, but there can be some issues when they invade the home. The centipede venom Most centipedes have

  • Some Interesting Information About House Centipedes | Houston Pest Control

    Some Interesting Information About House Centipedes | Houston Pest Control

    The house centipede was first introduced in the US during the mid-1800s. This pest landed in Pennsylvania, and since then, it has spread out all over the country. House centipedes are quite creepy looking, and since they share similarities with centipedes that are a lot more poisonous, many people fear them. They have also been

  • How To Deal With Yellow Jacket Stings

    How To Deal With Yellow Jacket Stings

    Yellow jackets are a wasp subspecies and they have a thin body with black and yellow coloration. They are often found buzzing around parks, gardens, and backyards, and they are known for their painful stings, which can inject venom multiple times into their targets. The pain of the sting is sudden, and the venom can

  • How Ant Colonies Grow, Reproduce And Die

    How Ant Colonies Grow, Reproduce And Die

    All ants start out as an egg and then they go through a metamorphosis process before becoming adults, and all eggs come from the queen. The queen is the center of the colony, and she has only one purpose – to reproduce. However, the queen will only mate during a brief period of her life,

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