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puternut | 22:41 Tue 02nd Jun 2015 | Media & TV
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Just seen this documanary where a bugologist stayed in a house infested with all kinds of creepy-crawlies, flies and mice and rats where he studies what the various species would do if left alone.

Quite interesting so long as you were happy watching the little critters but nothing was said about what happened after all the filming was done. Was the places sealed up for a while (must be quite a while as bed bugs can survive for a year between meals and two mice left alone for a year would have 2000 offspring in a year.

Or did they just call in RentoKill?

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Good question puternut, I'm guessing it was a total extermination job, they wouldn't have wanted any of that lot escaping into the neighbourhood...if there was one...I didn't see the first few minutes so I don't know how close the neighbours were. The mice in the doll's house were cute but I got the feeling that was staged. :) Actually Tizzi it was...
08:26 Fri 05th Jun 2015
Surely there are more interesting things to make a documentary of?
Good question puternut, I'm guessing it was a total extermination job, they wouldn't have wanted any of that lot escaping into the neighbourhood...if there was one...I didn't see the first few minutes so I don't know how close the neighbours were. The mice in the doll's house were cute but I got the feeling that was staged. :)

Actually Tizzi it was fascinating, as tired as I was I couldn't switch it off...I didn't think I'd be able to sleep after watching it though :)
Well I'm glad I didn't watch that puter! I have a mouse hiding somewhere in my house :0?

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