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What if insect populations tripled?

July 12, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
There are so many insects already in the world. 400 to 800 million tons of insects and other pests alone are eaten by spiders. In fact, spiders eat at least 72.5 billion mosquitoes alone every single year. Insects are some of the greatest and worst things for humanities. In some ways they help us, such as by pollinating flowers & producing honey for us. In other ways they are horrible. Mo...
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9 Signs Your Pet Needs a Vet

July 04, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Your dog, cat, or other pet is part of the family- but unlike other humans they can’t communicate so clearly to us. So that you can best take care of your pet, here are 9 signs that they might need the vet. This applies to cats, dogs, and other pets such as birds and rats!
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Animals of Chernobyl: Meet the Mutants

June 28, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
On April 26, 1986 humanity’s greatest nuclear accident occurred: the Chernobyl incident. Approximately 68 billion dollars in damages was incurred, and thousands of lives were lost as a direct result of radiation over the years. Almost everything that remained in the radioactive zone died within 6 months. To this day projects are still working to monitor the region and prevent more radia...
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This Spider Could Save Your Life

June 21, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
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How To Treat an Animal Bite

June 07, 2019 - by
How To Treat an Animal Bite. This is the definitive guide on what you should do after getting bit by a wild animal, or after getting bit by your pet.
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The Most Human-like Animals Revealed

May 31, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Which animals act the most like us humans? Which creatures have the closest behavior or DNA to us humans? We humans are a unique species unlike a lot of the other wildlife, but we are not alone in traits previously thought to be exclusively human. Some animals are quite like us, and if they were just a bit more intelligent they could be more human in behavior than you could've imagined!...
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#1 Deadliest Creature on Earth

May 29, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Did you know that the deadliest creature on Earth is more deadly than bees, crocodiles, bears, and raccoons combined? This creature sure knows how to wipe us out, along with wild animals as well! In fact the 2nd most deadly creature on Earth doesn’t even come close to just how deadly this #1 creature is. This creature has caused so much damage and trouble to us, and it’s extremely diffic...
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What To Do If You Find an Injured Wild Animal

May 23, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
You’re hiking around, driving, or going about your day when suddenly you find an injured animal. It could be a wounded bird, a partially run-over small animal, or just appear injured. Before you do anything- STOP. This is the ultimate guide for what to do if you find an injured wild animal.
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Stop Feeding Squirrels- Here's why

May 17, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Squirrels are the famous cute little animals found in parks all across America. Did you know that squirrels were intentionally placed in man-made parks? They are generally not aggressive (unless cornered or infesting your home) which makes them great to have in the trees. Recently some squirrels have increased in their aggression and became more fearless of humans- why is this happening? ...
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Facts about Stinging Insects

May 03, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Facts about Stinging Insects- Stinging insects include all insects which have the capacity to sting. This commonly brings to mind the wasp or honeybee, but also includes other stinging insects such as fire ants which sting with toxic venom. This post includes several fun facts about stinging insects such as how to avoid them, deal with them, and more!
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What are the 9 Jobs in a Beehive?

April 26, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
There are 9 main roles that you can have as a newly born bee, and you will likely switch roles as they age. Most bees will start out at the top of this list, and then they’ll slowly move down with a few exceptions. Did you know that there are 100 female bees to 1 male bee? The majority of these bees are all females, excluding the last, which are “male drone bees.” The video version ...
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Which Animal is Most Likely To Bite?

April 22, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Can you guess what creature is most likely to bite us when we’re working out in the field? Is it snakes, raccoons, or even alligators? The answer will surprise you.
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7 Most Dangerous Insects on Earth

April 12, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Did you know there are at least 1 million insect species, and potentially several more we don’t even know about? There are countless insects in the world, too many for any human to ever count! The majority of insects are not harmful to humans, but a few can be quite dangerous and have earned quite the bad reputation among us- for good reason. In today’s blog post we’ll share with yo...
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How Dangerous are Rodents?

March 29, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Did you know that rodents contaminate 20% of the world's food supply, and that 37% of Americans will experience a rodent problem sometime during their life? While cute and small, rodents can actually cause quite the problems fo rus.
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Shocking & Crazy Wildlife x Team Stories

March 22, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
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How To Cure Allergies (One Method)

March 15, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Do you suffer from allergies? Are you wondering why you get the couch, red eyes, or sneeze? The answer might surprise you, and the cure might be more simple than you realize! In today's post we cover one method of removing allergies.
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#1 Deadliest Animal in USA

February 06, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
Do you think you know what the #1 deadliest animal in USA is? The answer might shock you. Before reading further, write down your guess right now. Do you think it is crocodiles, or bears, or killer bees? Write down your guess to see if you get it right! We recommend you watch the video version of this post, by clicking HERE now. How Deadly Is It? This #1 deadliest animal in North Am...
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7 Most Dangerous Wildlife Animals

February 01, 2019 - by Wildlife x Team
The United States of America is for the most part safe when it comes to wildlife creatures. Unlike dealing with the dangers in Africa & South America, North America is generally safe for hiking. That being said, there are still occasional deaths that occur as a result of wildlife! These are the 7 most dangerous wildlife creatures in the United States you should keep an eye out for.
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How To Remove a Dead Animal From Your Home

December 14, 2018 - by Wildlife x Team
How To Remove a Dead Animal From Your Home- in today's post we cover how to remove a dead animal from your home.
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  • If you have Raccoons in your attic, garage, or other areas of your home you may want to call Wildlife X Team® (855) WILDLIFE today! Wildlife X Team are experts in raccoon removal and exclusion services.
  • Squirrel problems are rampant nationally. Squirrels can cause extensive damage in and around homes, including soiling floors and walls. Squirrels don't stand a chance against Wildlife X Team®'s trained professional staff.
  • Rodent problems are common for homeowners, but Wildlife X Team® can help you prevent rodents from getting in your walls or your attic. Keep rodents out of your home by calling today!
  • Removing and relocating bats is best left to professionals, as bats will bite and scratch if threatened. If you see signs of bats on your property or want to know how to get rid of bats from your attic and chimney, please call Wildlife X Team® at (855) WILDLIFE.
  • Although armadillos have no reason to get into houses, there is a lot of damage armadillos can cause. Their diet consists mostly of grubs and insects, but when they burrow, it can affect the very structure of buildings. Call Wildlife X Team® today!
  • Whether you are facing a snake infestation on your property or just notice a single snake, call (855) WILDLIFE at Wildlife X Team® today. Most snakes are harmless, but some are venomous, but we can remove all kinds of snakes safely and quickly.
  • Birds can add a lot of enjoyment to the outdoor experience, but sometimes they cause trouble. If you're having a bird issue, give Wildlife X Team® a call at (855) WILDLIFE.
  • At Wildlife X Team®, we offer worry-free opossum removal and trapping. We can also repair any opossum damage.
  • Infamous for their unique defense mechanism, skunks are smelly creatures. This unique critter releases a scent to ward off predators and stay safe, and it smells offensive and can be dangerous.
  • Coyotes, a relative of the canine, are known for terrorizing livestock, and even household pets. Coyotes are often active at night, and homeowners often report the howling cries of these medium-sized creatures.
  • Badgers are notorious for having a bite that rivals their bark — despite their less-than-formidable size! Badgers have been known to fight animals as large as a bear!
  • Beaver damage is primarily to landscapes like riverbeds and lakesides. If you discover beaver damage in your property, call Wildlife X Team® at (855) WILDLIFE to help relocate beavers and repair any damages caused by these flat-tailed critters.
  • Nocturnal creatures, bobcats will take down any prey necessary, especially livestock. Bobcats are territorial and will often return to the property they have claimed as their own, especially if there is a steady food source.
  • Chipmunks can be annoying and clever creatures, but they're no match for Wildlife X Team®. We offer chipmunk removal, and chipmunk damage repair services, plus we know how to keep chipmunks from coming back!
  • Fox landscape damage and feeding behaviors can affect homeowners' safety, so it's important to not approach a fox if you see one in the wild or on your property. Wildlife X Team® offers fox removal, fox trapping, and fox prevention. Call today!
  • Lizards, similar in appearance to snakes, can be frightening if you spot one in the wild or in your home, and although they don't typically attack residents, it's still good to not approach lizards.
  • Mole damage is most commonly found on landscapes, and sometimes humans don't even come into contact with them, but they definitely experience mole damage.
  • If you have discovered scorpion(s) in your garden or on your property, call us today for scorpion removal services.
  • Voles are not often spotted by humans, but vole damage is visible. For vole trapping, vole removal, and vole damage repair services, call Wildlife X Team® today!
  • Infestations of bugs are common, so if you are facing an insect infestation, don't panic — we can help kill insects and get rid of them inside and outside your home.
  • Wild hog trapping and wild hog prevention are the most effective means of wild hog removal, but we do not recommend DIY wild hog trapping.
  • Infestations of termites are common inside homes and on properties, so if you are facing an insect infestation, call Wildlife X Team® at (855) WILDLIFE today to get rid of your termite problem quickly and effectively!
  • Bee and wasp infestations are common, so if you are facing an insect infestation, don't panic — we can help get rid of them inside and outside your home.
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