Opossum can live on your property for a number of reasons. An obvious reason is food source and or shelter. Opossum will live almost anywhere, including underneath inground pools, sheds, decks and even in your crawspace.
Opossums have narrow snouts, small eyes, and long, hairless, prehensile tails that act as a fifth limb for climbing trees. Their bodies are covered in grayish white fur, and they have average of 52 teeth. Their sharp claws, opposable thumbs on their hind feet, and prehensile tails make opossums agile climbers. They have a reputation for playing dead by curling onto their back, sticking their tongues out, squirting foul fluid from their anuses, and staring off into space when confronted by predators. Opossums also attempt to scare predators by baring their teeth and hissing
Pro Trap will inspect your home to find any opossum entry points such as any holes, crevices, or gaps that are large enough for opossum to enter. By removing the places opossum have to find shelter, rest, hide, or build nests and rear young, they cannot survive and will look elsewhere.