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North America's only marsupial (female has a her
young in her pouch until they are about 2-3
another 1-2 months whenever they are away
from the den.

Females have litters up to twice a year (the father
always skips town!). Babies, typically 5 to 8 in a
litter are ready to leave mommy's pouch and
walk around out on their own by 4 months of
age. That's when they are 7 to 9 inches, nose to
rump, and weigh about 10 to 16 ounces.

means that the tail is adapted for seizing,
grasping, and wrapping itself around objects.
The common picture of Opossums hanging by
their tails is, for the most part, a myth. A young
Opossum may hang briefly by its tail. But an
Opossums have a prehensile tail. Prehensile
means that the tail is adapted for seizing,
grasping, and wrapping itself around objects.
The common picture of Opossums hanging by
their tails is, for the most part, a myth. A young
Opossum may hang briefly by its tail. But an
adult Opossum's body is far too heavy to be held
suspended by its tail. The Opossum actually
uses its tail to stabilize its body while climbing.

They help to maintain a clean and healthy
environment. They eat all types of insects,
including cockroaches, crickets, beetles, etc.
They catch and eat Norway Rats, Roof Rats, Mice,
and consume dead animals of all types (
They like over-ripe fruit, berries, and grapes.
And they think snails and slugs are a delicacy!

Solitary and nocturnal: usually slow moving;
when frightened they will hiss or growl and show
their 50 sharp teeth when frightened; but, in
reality, they are gentle and placid- they prefer to
avoid all confrontations and wish to be left
alone. If they are unable to flee, they may fall
into an involuntary shock-like state, "playing

Opossum exclusion, trapping and relocation is
the only humane way to remove these gentle
Contact us now to trap and
relocate your Opossum!
Our years of Animal Trapping experience enable us to thoroughly inspect your home or business,
locate the problem quickly, recommend and immediately implement a solution.           

We gently and humanely live trap, remove, and relocate wildlife, other animals and reptiles to a safer
environment in accordance with and dependent upon Local, State and Federal regulations.
Licensed and Regulated by: Texas Department of Agriculture, P.O. Box 12847, Austin, TX, 78711-2847   
Phone: (866) 918-4481  Fax: (888) 232-2567
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Grand Prairie based Assassin
Exterminating is able to provide
superior Opossum Trapping results
by only using the highest quality
products available to Pest
Management Professionals.  We
proudly utilize products from the
following Manufacturers:
Advance Termite Bait System
B&G Equiptment
Bell Laboratories Inc.
Maxforce Cockroach Bait
Whitmire Micro-Gen Research Laboratories, Inc
Zoecon Professional Products
Contact Assassin Exterminating today and schedule your free
pest control inspection and quote. Call our Grand Prairie
based office at (817) 727-8149.
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Our scavenger  friend, the Opossum, has become a pest to our homes as they raid garbage cans,
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