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Synonyms for raccoon

the fur of the North American racoon

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an omnivorous nocturnal mammal native to North America and Central America

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We really should go to a zoo and see a raccoon as well
The college cared for the raccoon after it was discovered in a back garden in Buckley.
Old Raccoon told the funniest stories in the forest.
The May auction was expected to be packed full, with 50,000 beaver pelts and 100,000 raccoon skins ready for sale.
The threat I was telling you about was in raccoon feces containing the eggs of Baylisascaris procyonis (a small intestine nematode parasite of raccoons).
Owing only partly to the diplomatic exchange with the raccoon, my first attempt yielded brats that were somehow totally charred on the outside yet still raw on the inside, a sort of double whammy of unappetizing cooking.
MacArthur Beach State Park, Florida were examined along with data on raccoon road-kills from adjacent roads, and data on park attendance (as an index of local traffic) to make inferences about raccoon activity patterns relative to turtle nesting.
Kill Road is the story of a dysfunctional family that runs into a raccoon while out for a drive.
With the entire group holding a Raccoon Circle (a fifteen-foot-long section of tubular climbing webbing tied with a knot).
A March letter in the New York Times describes an encounter between a tree specialist and a raccoon at the Central Park Conservancy.
The book features a raccoon, a bear, cats and other animals explaining scientific phenomena in detail.
An accident involving what was believed to be a raccoon dog on the Tokaido Shinkansen Line on Monday evening delayed a total of 20 Shinkansen bullet train runs, affecting 15,000 travelers, Central Japan Railway Co.
The raccoon shots raise the deceptively simple question of how to determine the effects of a disease on a population, observes Guelph wildlife ecologist Thomas D.
sent me this intriguing clip: "Last month, a fiveyear-old girl was bitten by a rabid raccoon on a sidewalk in Fairfield.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is closing the Raccoon Mountain recreation area from Oct.