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Snake Removal Pittsburgh
Snake removal is often an emergency that cannot wait till the next business day. Removal can be dangerous and should only be done by a trained professional. We are experts and can help with snakes in the house or garage.
Snake removal can dangerous and should only be done by a snake removal expert. Pennsylvania’s most dangerous venomous snakes include the timber rattlesnake and the copperhead. These dangerous snakes can cause serious injury even death. The timber rattlesnake can be commonly found in homes, commercial, and industrial areas of Pittsburgh. If you encounter a snake you should immediately distance yourself from the snake. If possible keep visual contact on the snake, and call us to remove the snake from your home or business.
A common reaction to a snake regardless whether it be in your home or on your property is to kill it whether or not it poses a risk or not. However, most snakes in the local area are harmless and even the dangerous ones would rather flee than fight. Once we begin to learn about snakes, we can replace our fears and misconceptions with facts. Once understood, we can appreciate the important role snakes have in Pittsburgh PA. You should never attempt to kill a snake this could lead to a dangerous snake bite.
Snake Trapping Pittsburgh:
Snakes are reptiles and belong to the same group of animals as lizards, turtles and crocodiles. Reptiles have dry scales that shed periodically. Unlike mammals and birds, reptiles cannot generate body heat and depend on outside sources to raise their body temperature. This trait makes them wait out long periods of extensive cold and hot conditions that we experience in the Pittsburgh areas or Pennsylvania.
Snakes differ from other reptiles by having no legs, ears, or eyelids, and by possessing only one functional lung. The most notable characteristic of a snake is its extremely long, slender body. A snake’s body allows it to effortlessly climb, swim, and slip into the smallest spaces including your home and basement areas of your house. Although snakes lack ears and cannot technically hear, they do have the ability to detect low frequency vibrations from the air and ground. Instead of eyelids, snakes have a clear scale covering for each eye. The shedding of this scale causes the eye to cloud over for a few days, which led to the myth that snakes go blind during certain times of the year in Pittsburgh.