Where Do Possums Live?

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They mainly live in hollow treees but now many possums live in house roofs.
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Possums live in hollow trees and logs in forests, bushland and virtually any area with decent sized native trees such as gum trees. Unfortunately, they also like to inhabit the roof
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Well, they sleep during the day, as they are nocturnal creatures. When they are sleeping, the usually crawl into hollow logs, trees, or borrows to stay out of sight.
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Possums live mostly in the midwest and east of North America. They are nocturnal animals that
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Brushtail possum makes its den in tree hollow, under natural conditions. It seldom enters house roofs. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 11:30PM EST. Source
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There is one type of opossum that lives in North America but over 50 types that live in South America. These little creatures really don't bother anyone. They will get into the garbage if they can.
Possums live in Australia, New Guinea and Sulawese. Opossums live in North America. Possums and opossums are cousins and people often interchange the names without realizing they are actually two different animals. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Possum
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