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Gray Squirrel Entry Gap Into a House in Dunwoody, Georgia

Gap of almost three inches between the roof sheathing and fascia of a house in Dunwoody Georgia that allowed squirrels into the attic.

Gray squirrel entry gap in Dunwoody

That gap appears to be almost three inches. That's a luxurious entryway by squirrel standards. It allowed the squirrels to get into the attic of this house in Dunwoody, Georgia without having to so much as lift a tooth.

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