Listen to an audio recording (mp3 file) of opossum noises and sounds. Opossums make nests in dens left by other animals, crevices in trees, attics, and garages. The pests live near suburbs and cities where they can raid garbage bins and feed on roadkill.
Opossum Noises in Yards. Opossums are difficult to detect because they are almost silent during day-to-day activity. However, opossum sounds are possible, including hissing, growling, screeching, and rumbling. Homeowners might also hear rustling in tall grass or shrubs as the pests forage for food.
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What Are Opossum Sounds? Opossums squeal when mating or fighting and produce thumping or scurrying noises when traveling through attics and homes. Opossums also have strong, sturdy teeth; they devour food rapidly, and a quick chomping sound might very well signal the presence of an opossum.
Most opossum sounds will be heard at night because the pests are nocturnal. Opossums can carry numerous parasites and dangerous diseases that can infect both humans and pets. In order to effectively remove opossums from homes, residents should contact the local wildlife removal specialists at Trutech upon hearing opossum sounds.
Another of the more disconcerting sounds of the Australian bush at night, the throaty coughs and growls of a Common Brushtail Possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) sounds more monster than fluffy marsupial! The following recording was made at Dunn’s Swamp in Wollemi National Park, NSW and captures a couple of possums having a territorial disagreement!
What Sound Does a Possum Make? Home Pets & Animals Mammals Marsupials Possums tend to make very few sounds; however, babies tend to make a sneezing sound when separated from their mother, and adults tend to make a clicking sound to communicate with one another and to mate, and a low growling or hissing sound when they feel threatened.
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