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26 February 2020

Guess Whose Poo

Technical | PPC98 March 2020

Here at BPCA, we like to bring you the hard-hitting articles. That’s why we’re publishing this guide about poop!

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One of the most common signs of a pest infestation is the presence of droppings.

Being able to identify those droppings is crucial to identifying the pest you’re dealing with, to then determine the control methods you’re going to use.

In this article, we’re going to take a look at the droppings of a variety of mammals and how they compare.

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Source: PPC98

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