Prevent Seawall Damage with Iguana Control Services

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Iguana Control Services to Prevent Seawall Damage Iguanas were originally not native to South Florida. People imported them as pets, but in recent years, many have either escaped or have been released and have now taken over Palm Beach and South Florida at large due to the subtropical climate, lush gardens, and effects of climate change. Iguanas have also thrived … Read More

Green Iguanas Destroying Seawalls

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Seawalls in South Florida Are Being Destroyed  The green iguana (or Iguana Iguana) is a species that is not native to Florida and are an invasive species in our state. They are known to cause considerable damages to local infrastructure, and this includes sidewalks, swimming pools and seawalls. The green iguana is not protected by the state of Florida, with … Read More

Removing the Invasive Black Spiny Tailed Iguana

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Black Spiny Tailed Iguana The Ctenosaura Similis, more commonly known as the Black Spiny-Tailed Iguana, holds its own as one of the most invasive species in Southern Florida. This native of Central America isn’t imported for the pet trade like the green iguana. Still, the black spiny-tailed iguana has managed to spread out, believed to now number in the tens … Read More

How Long Do Snakes Live in South Florida?

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How Long do Snakes Live? The Snake lifespan can significantly vary depending on the snake’s subspecies. For many snakes, living in nature versus human captivity will affect the longevity of the snake’s life.  Here are examples that include: Brown snakes: While they die young in nature, they can sometimes live up to seven years. Garter snakes: These snakes often survive … Read More

Coronavirus from Snakes: New Studies Say Maybe (2020)

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Did Coronavirus Come from Snakes? The naming of coronaviruses results from their shape, which looks like a crown or solar corona when viewed under an electron microscope. Coronavirus is spread via air and primarily infects the upper respiratory as well as the digestive system of mammals and birds. Although most of the coronaviruses only result in mild flu-like symptoms during … Read More

How to Keep Raccoons Away From your Home or Business

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How to Keep your Property Raccoon Free Often found in suburban areas, raccoons are smart, resilient, and surprisingly athletic. Not only can they run and jump, but they also are capable of climbing and swimming, making them particularly adept at getting into garbage cans and gardens, or taking a dip in the swimming pool – no matter how well they … Read More

Coronavirus and Bats: Are They Connected?

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Did We Get Coronavirus From Bats? Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses that can bring illnesses whose severity ranges widely. The first severe registered sickness caused by a coronavirus came about with the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) epidemic in China in 2003. A second outbreak of severe sickness emerged with the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in Saudi … Read More

The Iguana Menace: Iguana Removal Done the Right Way

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Iguana Removal: How it’s Meant to be Done Iguanas are fascinating animals but have become a significant concern in parts of Florida. Homeowners in the state are starting to wonder about iguanas and how to remove them effectively. The process is challenging at the best of times and should be left to someone with experience. Of course, it’s still important … Read More