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Synonyms for racoon

an omnivorous nocturnal mammal native to North America and Central America

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Willis, who voices the character of a racoon, denied that the animated film had a message, saying: "My job is to be enter taining.
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And while their new home looks the part, the family quickly learn it's a money pit with dry rot, faulty wiring, leaky pipes and a resident racoon.
They are usually found in Nepal, India, China, Bhutan, Myanmar and Laos and are similar to a racoon in size and appearance.
Aided by a devious racoon, they must raid the fridge of a nearby home to survive.
Over The Hedge stars Hollywood hardman Bruce Willis voicing a racoon.
The racoon bear hibernates through periods of food scarcity, while grizzly bears can consume a staggering 30,000 calories a day when the salmon are running - that's 10 times more than an adult man.
From this weekend, the firm's five million monthly subscribers must decide if they are a Canary, Racoon, Dolphin or a Panther.
Martin chose the Racoon system, which is 100 per cent natural hair.
And when the sea is as far out as possible, a female racoon passes on a few tips in crab cracking to her youngsters.