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6 Things That Are Bringing Snakes Into Your Home

Best Life Logo By Sarah Crow of Best Life | Slide 2 of 7: You may think the mice in your house are a pain, but they're nothing compared to the snakes they may be attracting."Many species of snakes seek rodents for food, and if you have rodents living in your attic or property, it is very possible for snakes to be present, too," says Adrienne Vosseler of Trutech Wildlife Service and Critter Control Operations.Even if you don't have mice, "Search for food like bird eggs, baby birds, frogs, lizards, and other smaller amphibians, which can also be an attractant for snakes," says Vosseler.For more pest prevention news delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter!

1. Mice

You may think the mice in your house are a pain, but they're nothing compared to the snakes they may be attracting.

"Many species of snakes seek rodents for food, and if you have rodents living in your attic or property, it is very possible for snakes to be present, too," says Adrienne Vosseler of Trutech Wildlife Service and Critter Control Operations.

Even if you don't have mice, "Search for food like bird eggs, baby birds, frogs, lizards, and other smaller amphibians, which can also be an attractant for snakes," says Vosseler.For more pest prevention news delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter!

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