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    Opossums living inside a vehicle - GIF

    Opossums living inside a vehicle.


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    Obviously looks to be a wild family, but if the kits are taken while young enough, they make interesting enjoyable pets. Sadly, they are short lived only a few years 3 to 4 sometimes 5

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    Opossums are quite beneficial to have living around the house. They prey on rats, mice, snakes, insects, but mostly dead animals (carrion). They do however, also enjoy a tasty poultry egg, or two, or...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke_of_URL View Post
    Opossums are quite beneficial to have living around the house. They prey on rats, mice, snakes, insects, but mostly dead animals (carrion). They do however, also enjoy a tasty poultry egg, or two, or...
    We call the ones living on our property our tick eaters, Next are the Guinea foul at one time we had 15 of them
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    They tend to get a bad rap as they do not fall into the category of cute and cuddly in most people's eye. I have always liked them.



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