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WHAT IS THE FAR NORTH’S MOST AN­NOY­ING AN­I­MAL AND WHY?

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ABE WHIT­TAKER Mt Peter Mosquitoes, not only do they bite you, but they can carry and spread dis­ease as well.

SHEL­LEY NOO­NAN Earlville Prob­a­bly the bats be­cause they pooh ev­ery­where and they smell.

SVETLANA HOLME Bent­ley Park Curlews be­cause they are very noisy near your house.

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