Cockroaches often prefer a sheltered environment with food and water – which, if there is an abundance of, can result in a large cockroach infestation rather quickly. Cockroaches are not fussy eaters and will eat virtually anything available including: animal or vegetable materials, paper, fabric, leather, starches, and grease particles.
Termites often reside in buildings undetected, but as they are active non-stop day and night. If left undetected, termites can cause serious damage to timber and wooden structures very quickly.
Contrary to common belief ants are not related to termites, and cannot damage sound timber. Pest ants often nest in and around buildings, mostly congregating in food preparation areas, and can be annoying to occupants while having the potential to spread disease.
Feral pigs are considered both an agricultural and environmental pest due to their selective feeding, trampling and rooting for underground parts of plants and invertebrates, while also fouling freshwater systems.
Foxes are opportunistic omnivores that eat a variety of meat, insects and plant materials. A large portion of the fox’s diet consists of introduced and native animals.
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