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Tool to remove soil obstructing the entrances to gopher and mole burrows

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7171779.

A device for locating and obtaining access to subterranean rodent burrows as an aid to the field of pest extermination. The device allows the user to probe the ground with one end of the tool in order to locate the burrow and determine depth and direction of said burrow. Once this is accomplished, the other end of the tool is used to remove soil that is obstructing access to the rodent burrow, leaving the burrow exposed and intact, allowing for the easy application of traps or rodenticides.

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