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Critter Lookup App Available on iTunes

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Critter Control has announced their new app is for the iPhone.

| December 18, 2012

The Critter Lookup app. Image courtesy of Critter Control.

 

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - Critter Control has made available a new its new Critter Lookup app for the iPhone, used for identifying wildlife and insects.

Users can browse a catalog of small, medium and large mammals, snakes and reptiles, insects and birds to identify the animal or pest in a yard or home, Critter Control said.

The app also features a photo identification component. Users can snap a picture and email it directly to a Critter Control representative, who will reply with an identification, the company said.

Learn more at crittercontrol.com.

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