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How Tree Rats Got into the Attic of a House in Alpharetta, Georgia

Roof edge gap of about an inch and a half allowed tree rats to get into the attic of a house in Alpharetta Georgia

Roof rat entry gap into a house in Alpharetta

That gap looks to be about an inch and a half high. That was the room that tree rats needed to get into the attic of this house in Alpharetta, Georgia, whereupon they became roof rats.

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