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are there more cute things to see?
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FILTHY RABIES FACTORY, MURDER IT WITH BULLETS.
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Uhm, actually, Possums are extremely resistant to rabies, it is extremely rare for one to contract it.
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However, they do carry these diseases:
leptospirosis, tuberculosis, relapsing fever, tularemia, spotted fever, toxoplasmosis, coccidiosis, trichomoniasis, and Chagas disease.
They may also be infested with fleas, ticks, mites, and lice.
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Where did you find this list?
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They need lots of love and care and people that are not willing to put in the research and time for proper care of opossums should be encouraged to not own one.
Look at this cutie.
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Not that it changes my murder with bullets policy. Same with raccoons. Also coyotes.
Okay the coyotes not so much, just shoot off near them to scare them away with the noise.
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SHEEP COMING THROUGH
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Please, kill the coyote. We have way too many of them and they are killing the environment.
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Yeah but that's a lot of cleanup. >>725215
Because chickens and guinea hens do that better.
And the possums will target the chicks.
And the eggs.
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I respect the disposal of the carcass a lot Chrome.
Most people I know just leave the mangled wretch for the buzzards.
Chickens and hens most definitely do not rid pest insects better than opossums (maybe better for certain specific pest insects, but not in a general sense). Also I doubt your chickens are helping too much to control the rodent or snake population.
But I completely understand that there is a different perspective for someone who owns chickens. I can't argue against that as I have no experience with raising those kinds of animals. I would still argue that opossums are a major net benefit to you and you don't realize it because the most noticable effects of them to you are the negative ones. If you could snap your fingers and rid the area of all opossums, I'd bet a pretty penny you'd regret it a year later.
I have a hard time imagining them going after chickens themselves, but the internet tells me that it isn't unheard of. Do you know for certain your woes are caused by opossums and not only raccoons (and others)? Have you witnessed it yourself? I'm not claiming you are wrong, I just want to understand whether a hate for the animal is based in the direct observation of the animals detrimental effects or if it is just the assumed detrimental effects.
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Too much talky
Not enough cuty
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that singing in the shower
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Looks like a kiwi without legs!
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Are kiwi fruits named that because they look like the bird, or are kiwi birds named that because they look like the fruit?
What came first, the kiwi or the kiwi?
The kiwi came first, then later the other kiwi was named kiwi because people in New Zealand really liked kiwis.
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I think it's the former.
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The bird. And the kiwi fruit used to be called a gooseberry.
So what came first? The berry or the goose?