Nothing stinks more than a skunk in your home. Worse than the smell of the infamous skunk spray, they are also common carriers of rabies. These pests are left best to the professionals.
While these animals have adapted to living away from humans, they still have a chance of making your home their own home.
Skunks feed voraciously during the fall months in order to build fat deposits for their dormant winters.
Although they are typically dormant in the winter months, skunks may come out from time to time to feed.
These creatures do not hibernate during the winter.
Skunks feed on insects and small rodents.
Skunks are a higher risk creature as they have many defensive techniques that are deadly to the ill-equipped.
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