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Opossums are small grey mammals with a white face and long snout. Opossums habitat wooded areas and will seek natural shelter in abandoned trees and logs. When opossums are threatened, they will “play possum,” mimicking the appearance of a dead animal by laying on the ground with an open mouth. In this position, opossums are protected from any potential predators. Opossums are nocturnal animals, meaning that they are most active during the night. And, although they do not hibernate, opossums are less active during the winter months.
Possums are not directly dangerous to humans. However, possums are resourceful and will remove food from your trash cans and property if it is left easily accessible. If you notice that your trash cans have been scavenged through, it may be time to call in the experts at Trutech to evaluate your opossum problem. Our humane opossum control and removal services will remove these creatures from your property effectively and properly. Our experts have the tools and knowledge they need for a proper opossum removal. If you are worried about these animals on your property, call Trutech for help with an opossum control service.
Don’t wait until it is too late to reach out to Trutech for our expert opossum removal and opossum control services. When you trust Trutech for all of your animal maintenance needs, you can rest assured that your opossum problem will be solved by one of our licensed professionals.
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Opossums are generally about the size of house cats. They measure between 2 and 3 feet long and weigh no more than 15 pounds. Adept climbers, opossums have oddly shaped hind feet with opposable thumbs. Other distinguishing features include their long, pointed snouts, fierce, dark eyes, and hairless prehensile tails. Males are generally larger than females.
Opportunistic foragers, opossums are omnivorous and enjoy a diverse diet. They eat anything from trash to carrion. Some of their favorite meals include snakes, frogs, birds, eggs, berries, nuts, fruits, and various other forms of vegetation.
Native to North America, opossums are highly adaptable and now live in a range of climates. In the wild, they prefer to live under natural cover and are frequently seen in the tree tops. Unless a mother opossum is tending to her offspring, the animals prefer to live alone.