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  • 1. Raccoons 1) Racco0ns are intelligent mammals and have great abilities to climb and swim. 2) These species are one-of-a-kind creatures usually living in habitats like forests. 3) They are omnivores and eat many different things like insects, lizards, birds, fruits, and nuts.
  • 2. Raccoons 1. Raccoons have a variety of dark fur to camouflage into their environment. In that way, they can escape their predators easily when being hunted down. Its predators are humans.
  • 3. Raccoons  The raccoons belongs to the carnivores grouping, a group that is composed of mammals which are primarily meat eaters, although many of them also eat berries, fruit, vegetables, eggs, acorns, beech and hickory nuts, grains, grasses, and bark, if nothing else is available. All carnivores have five toes and large canine teeth. The raccoon is omnivorous and the ratio of plant to animal food varies by season and what is available.
  • 4. Raccoons  All carnivores have five toes and large canine teeth. The raccoon is omnivorous and the ratio of plant to animal food varies by season and what is available.
  • 5. Raccoons Classification  Kingdom: Animalia  Phylum: Chordata  Class: Mammalia  Order: Carnivora  Family: Procyonidae  Genus: Procyon  Species: Cancrivorus  Classification: Procyon Cancrivorus
  • 6. Raccoons 1. They don’t move in packs and hunt on there own when they are starving. Baby raccoons are called kit. 2. They sleep during the winter and don’t hibernate.
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