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Charles Marshburn reports sickly opossum, groundhog

Buzzards dined on both. Wonders about cause: Pesticides, herbicides, pollution or aliens?

Charles Marshburn writes:
re: Maury's Fox We have had a opossum and a groundhog that fit the health description of Maury's fox. The buzzards have dined on both. The two unhealthy looking animals were the first like that we have seen since living here. Pesticides, herbicides, pollution or aliens? - Charles
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