Racoons are covered in long, thick grey fur, have a ringed tail and dark eye patches that look like a bandit’s mask.
Racoons are naturally found in forests, fields, wetlands and towns across North America.
Racoons either live on their own or can be found in small groups. Racoons have up to seven young in a nest at a time, these live on their own after six months.
Conservation Status: Common
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