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A texas raccoon, Procyon lotor fuscipes. This is a male, named ‘Ranger’.

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A male Texas raccoon (Procyon lotor fuscipes) named Ranger. Photographed at the Alexandria Zoological Park in Alexandria, Louisiana.

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A female ringtail (Bassariscus astutus arizonensis) at the Miller Park Zoo in Bloomington, Illinois. Her name is Holly because she was born on Christmas Eve.

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A female ringtail (Bassariscus astutus arizonensis) at the Miller Park Zoo in Bloomington, Illinois. Her name is Holly because she was born on Christmas Eve.

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A female ringtail (Bassariscus astutus arizonensis) at the Miller Park Zoo in Bloomington, Illinois. Her name is Holly because she was born on Christmas Eve.

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A female ringtail (Bassariscus astutus arizonensis) at the Miller Park Zoo in Bloomington, Illinois. Her name is Holly because she was born on Christmas Eve.

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An Eastern raccoon (Procyon lotor lotor) at the St. Francis Wildlife Association in Quincy, Florida. This species was formerly Procyon lotor varius, which is now considered to be a synonym. This individual is estimated to be between four and five years old.

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An Eastern raccoon (Procyon lotor lotor) at the St. Francis Wildlife Association in Quincy, Florida. This species was formerly Procyon lotor varius, which is now considered to be a synonym. This individual is estimated to be between four and five years old.

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An Eastern raccoon (Procyon lotor lotor) at the St. Francis Wildlife Association in Quincy, Florida. This species was formerly Procyon lotor varius, which is now considered to be a synonym. This individual is estimated to be between four and five years old.

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A ring-tailed cat (Bassariscus astutus flavus) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A ring-tailed cat (Bassariscus astutus flavus) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A ring-tailed cat (Bassariscus astutus flavus) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Redstriped butterflyfish (Chaetodon lunula) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.

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Redstriped butterflyfish (Chaetodon lunula) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A common raccoon (Procyon lotor hirtus) in Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A wildlife rescue member holds her hand-raised raccoon at her home in Nebraska.

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A wildlife rescue member holds her hand-raised raccoon at her home in Nebraska.

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A wildlife rescue member holds her hand-raised raccoon at her home in Nebraska.

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A wildlife rescue member holds her hand-raised raccoon at her home in Nebraska.

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