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Just because you don’t see critters during an open house doesn’t mean they’re not there. Before you buy, look for these telltale signs of an infestation.
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Bats in Panama live their lives on the edge of starvation. They fly all night in search of fig juice—burning precious fuel in the process—and if they fail, they can die. Now, ecologists have uncovered the secret of the bats’ success: They radically change their heart rates, revving them up lik...
by: Pam Eubanks Senior Editor, yourobserver.com
Joe and Yvette Giangreco have lived in their Summerfield home for 20 years, but last year was the first time they realized rats lived in their neighborhood.
It was August and in her bedroom at 4 a.m., Yvette Greco heard a loud noise. A few days later, she heard it again.
“There was something in the attic,” she said. “It was so loud. It turned out to be a raccoon.”
A pest control company came to remove the animal, and in the process, discovered the Giangrecos had rats living in their attic as well. The company caught two, and the Giangrecos had their home safeguarded against pests by having openings along the roof sealed.
The Giangrecos said they have seen dead rats on sidewalks and in other areas of the community.
“Our goal is to alert the residents, not just in Lakewood Ranch, to let them know what to look for and be proactive to try to prevent them,” Yvette Giangreco said.
“If it wasn’t for the raccoon, we wouldn’t have known,”…
We were interviewed after several concerned homeowners and customers went to their local paper in the Lakewood Ranch/East Manatee area. Thank you to yourobserver.com for the interview and the mention! We have already booked several appointments from homeowners that mentioned the story. https://www.yourobserver.com/article/homeowners-focus-on-rodent-control
Preventive steps can help safeguard your home.
Much of human health hinges on how well the body manufactures and uses energy. For reasons that remain unclear, cells' ability to produce energy declines with age, prompting scientists to suspect that the steady loss of efficiency in the body's energy supply chain is a key driver of the aging proces...
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Mice infestations are very common in the U.S. and surprisingly, house mice can be complex yet harmful creatures.
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A protein called COUP-TFII determines whether a mouse embryo develops a male reproductive tract, according to new research. The discovery changes the long-standing belief that an embryo will automatically become female unless androgens, or male hormones, in the embryo make it male.
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Calorie restriction may help mice stay slim and live longer, but it also means less fat to keep their bodies warm. Researchers in Brazil have found that mouse skin responds to caloric restriction by stimulating fur growth, increasing blood flow, and altering cell metabolism to increase energy effici...
Mice to humans: No longer lost in translation: Accounting for human immune diversity increases clinical relevance of fundamental immunological research; predicts susceptibility to inflammatory disease and cancer survival
Mouse models have advanced our understanding of immune function and disease in many ways but they have failed to account for the natural diversity in human immune responses. As a result, insights gained in the lab may be lost in translation. In their latest study, researchers developed a new approac...
Ticklish rats help pinpoint 'tickle center' in the brain
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"Toyota incorporates soy- or bio-based ingredients in the wiring ... that bait rodents – including rats, squirrels and other animals," the lawsuit says. Honda is facing a similar suit.
In an effort to reduce waste, some car manufacturers wrap wires in a soy-based material.
Rupert Welch of Falls Church, Virginia, was surprised to learn what caused his car trouble three times over the course of a few weeks. Rodents had a feast at his expense, causing $10,000 in damage.
“I took the car back, but the next day all the lights went on, and the car wouldn't start, and I had to call a tow truck,” Welch said.
Some car owners want the auto manufacturers foot the bill for the repairs.
“I think it was well intentioned when they went to soy-based insulation, but I think they have to rethink their strate…
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