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Ants are the most common insects and more than 10,000 known species occur around the world. They are really easy to identify by their elbowed antennae and node-like structured waist.
Bed Bugs are insects that usually feed on human blood at night. They may survive without food for up to 70 days. Adult bed bugs are light brown to reddish-brown and with flat bodies.
The brown rat is also known as common rat, street rat, sewer rat and Norway rat. The brown rat is one of the largest rodent, with a head and body length up to 11 inches long.
Carpet Beetle is a 3mm long beetle with an oval-shaped body. They are covered in different colours, creating an irregular pattern of white-yellowish and brownish patches.
Clothes Moth is a species of fungus moth. The larvae of this species are considered a serious pest as they can extract nourishment from clothing - particular wool but also many other natural fibres and stored foods like grains.
Most cockroach species are about the size of a thumbnail, but some species are bigger. They have small heads and flattened bodies and their colour may vary from reddish-brown to dark brown.
The house mouse is a small furry mammal, having a small pointed snout, rounded ears and hairy tail. The adult domestic mouse can reach up to 3-4 inches in length.
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