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 migh... More »

According to a Chicago Tribune article by the Mayo Clinic, the crunching sound from a knee is called crepitus. Crepitus is caused by the rubbing of cartilage on the surface of the joint or soft tissue around the knee. If... More »

Sheep produce two common natural sounds that are heard as, "baa" or "meh." Bleat or bleating is another term used to describe the crying sound that sheep and goats make. More »

Marsupials include the wallaby, kangaroo, koala, wombat, Tasmanian devil, dasyure, phalanger and opossum. A marsupial wolf existed up until the 1950s when it went extinct, according to the University of California Museum... More »

The only native North American marsupial is the Virginia opossum, a solitary nocturnal animal and the largest type of opossum. It's a scavenger that eats roadkill, grass, nuts, fruit, mice, snakes, worms and small birds. More »

The opossum diet ranges from grass to meat. Opossums are opportunistic omnivores that obtain most food through scavenging. They actively forage or grass, berries, nuts and seeds. Opossums eat meat and scavenge roadkill o... More »

Roof vents help remove moisture from homes, and, in warmer regions, help remove heat build-up in attics. Vents are essential components for keeping a roof safe from moisture and mold. More »

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