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What is the name of insect which cause pores in wooden furniture?


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2007-05-12 11:22:48
2007-05-12 11:22:48

Well, I know of two little insects that can wreak havoc on wooden items. The carpenter ant and the termite. I am sure there are other little pests. I know my little cockatiel loves to tear up anything wood.


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