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        Raccoon | KET Image Bank

        The raccoon (Procyon lotor) is a small mammal native to North America that can be found throughout the U.S. except for a few southwestern states. Because of their ability to adapt, they thrive in a variety of habitats including forests, prairies, suburban neighborhoods, and cities.

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        Raccoon #1

        The raccoon (Procyon lotor) is a small mammal native to North America that can be found throughout the U.S. except for a few southwestern states. Because of their ability to adapt, they thrive in a variety of habitats including forests, prairies, suburban neighborhoods, and cities.

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        The raccoon (Procyon lotor) is a small mammal native to North America that can be found throughout the U.S. except for a few southwestern states. Because of their ability to adapt, they thrive in a variety of habitats including forests, prairies, suburban neighborhoods, and cities.

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        The raccoon (Procyon lotor) is a small mammal native to North America that can be found throughout the U.S. except for a few southwestern states. Because of their ability to adapt, they thrive in a variety of habitats including forests, prairies, suburban neighborhoods, and cities.

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