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 Other Pests

Birds

Scientific Name: Aves

There are more than 10000 species of birds exists in this world and unique in having feather, and wings. Although most are capable of flight, others are sedentary, and some are flightless. Out of these birds, pigeons, sparrows, and seagulls became a nuisance to commercial and residential buildings.

Lizard

Scientific Name: Lacertilia

Lizards are reptiles with over 6000 species worldwide. They are scaly-skinned reptiles that are usually distinguished from snakes by the possession of legs, movable eyelids, and external ear openings. The tongue can be extended long outside the mouth, which helps them to catch prey. Lizards are carnivorous and are a sit-and-wait kind of predator.

Snake

Scientific Name: Serpentes

Snakes are lengthy, legless reptiles. There are more than 3400 species of snakes available worldwide which includes both venomous and nonvenomous species. Snakes are able to swallow prey much larger than the size of their head. They sense approaching animals by detecting the vibration in the ground. The skin of the snake covered in overlapping scales. The eyelids of a snake are transparent “spectacle” scales, which remain permanently closed. Snake venom is a highly modified saliva containing zootoxins that facilitate the immobilization and digestion of prey and defense against threats. It is injected by unique fangs during a bite, and some species are also able to spit their venom.