Insects, Rodents & Reptiles Exterminator

Reptiles Control

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Reptiles are a species that covers a broad number of creatures. Most of them do not live next to people and their preference is to live in a natural habitat. . However, a number of species have found their way into human residences and are comfortable there and have even begun to acclimatize themselves. Reptiles have four limbs, a characteristic that places them among the group of animals known as tetra pods. It should be noted that although some reptiles such as snakes have lost their legs during the course of evolution, they are tetra pods by descent.

Reptiles are cold-blooded so they do not generate their own internal heat. This is one of the main ways reptiles differ from other animal groups such as mammals. Reptiles must rely on their environment for warmth. They must also avoid overheating, so if daytime temperatures climb too high, they must seek shelter to avoid absorbing too much heat. Reptile skin is covered with scales, structures that grow on the animal’s epidermis and consist of a hard substance known as keratin which is similar to human hair and fingernails. Scales are replaced periodically through a shedding process in which the entire skin is shed in one piece or flakes off in small pieces. Reptile scales vary in shape, size, texture and color.

Most reptiles are not dangerous to people and are even advantageous in that they feed on rodents and other pests, but despite this, many people regard them as unaesthetic and seek to remove them. However, there is a small group of reptiles that are a serious threat and as such, must be removed from populated areas. The process of removing reptiles is a complex task and requires an intrinsic understanding of the biology of reptiles, their operating methods and preferences regarding their habitats. Some species are captured and released away from cities while other species are forced to leave when their habitat and food sources are changed. Either way this issue should be examined on its own merits and should take into account the location of the building, the type of reptile and its preferences in order to increase the effectiveness of the treatment.

Given that these reptiles are not included within the definition of a health hazard and some species are endangered and therefore protected by the law, there is no pest control measures taken against these reptiles and we prefer to do them no harm in any way.

In the case of reptiles that are not dangerous and living in areas of human habitation, these creatures should be removed by changing their environmental conditions so that these conditions will be more suitable to their needs and will encourage them to leave on their own. Assuming that these reptiles are an immediate danger to the residents then capturing them and releasing them in the wild is the only option. In any case it is not recommended to do anything without a permit for capturing animals or without the proper equipment.

The most common reptiles living along side human beings are: Gecko, Lizard and Snakes.

We, in P.Y PEST CONTROL, use advanced methods and procedures, which are not harmful to the environment, and reduce the impact of these reptiles without causing any damage to either the animals or humans in the vicinity.

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