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Are Squirrel Droppings Dangerous?

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It may be difficult to identify squirrel droppings at first glance since there is nothing obviously distinctive about squirrel feces compared to other common household pests and rodents. Subtle differences can help you to positively identify the invading rodent. Read this infographic and learn more about squirrel droppings and how to remove and clean after them properly. Hire a professional squirrel removal service if you suspect you may have wildlife nesting in your home. An expert will be able to positively identify the type of pest from its species and take the appropriate measures to remove the animal safely and humanely.

It may be difficult to identify squirrel droppings at first glance since there is nothing obviously distinctive about squirrel feces compared to other common household pests and rodents. Subtle differences can help you to positively identify the invading rodent. Read this infographic and learn more about squirrel droppings and how to remove and clean after them properly. Hire a professional squirrel removal service if you suspect you may have wildlife nesting in your home. An expert will be able to positively identify the type of pest from its species and take the appropriate measures to remove the animal safely and humanely.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 30%
Design - 40%
Content/Script - 50%
Usability - 45%

41%

Final Grade

This infographic discusses the hazards (both healthwise and to your home) of squirrel droppings. It explains how to identify them, what the risks are, and how to handle an infestation. Including illustrations of the droppings can help to identify them, while a photo further establishes the appearance of the droppings. However, the illustration styles blended with the use of just 1 photo create a jarring aesthetic without a unifying theme. Similarly, each section is made up of paragraphs — a strong infographic should communicate information as quickly and concisely as possible without extra copy. Usually short bullet points are most effective, and there's no need to use full sentences except in intros, conclusions, and perhaps brief section transitions. In all the viewer has to read each of the sentences to get the information — not much detail can be discerned from the images alone. In all we'd give this an F.

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