- 1) A nocturnal omnivore originally living in North America, typically with a mixture of gray, brown, and black fur, a mask-like marking around the eyes and a striped tail; Procyon lotor.
- 2) Any mammal of the genus Procyon.
- 3) Any mammal of the subfamily Procyoninae, a procyonine.
- 4) Any mammal of the family Procyonidae, a procyonid.
- 5) The fur of this mammal.
- 6) Any of various similar or related animals.
- 7) An omnivorous mammal (Procyon lotor) native to the Americas and introduced elsewhere, having grayish-brown fur, black masklike facial markings, and a black-ringed bushy tail.
- 8) (Zoöl.) A North American nocturnal carnivore (Procyon lotor) allied to the bears, but much smaller, and having a long, full tail, banded with black and gray. Its body is gray, varied with black and white. Called also coon, and mapach.
- 9) (Zoöl.) the tanate.
- 10) the fur of the North American racoon
- 11) See racoon.
- 1) The only species in the genus Nyctereutes of the Canidae or dog family.
- 2) small wild dog of eastern Asia having facial markings like those of a raccoon
- 1) "And if it has young back in there, a mother raccoon is going to just tear another hole into the structure to get back in."
- 2) Something is trying to chew through the roof — probably a squirrel or raccoon from the sound of its feet.
- 3) Later, in a bit of synchronicity, my father told me on the phone about how friends of his had saved a baby raccoon from a tree that was being cut down.
- 4) Don't worry about the squirrel eatin ', raccoon hat wearin', horse marryin 'voters in WV and KY ..... there primary won't mean zilch this week.
- 5) DALLAS, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- U.S. retailer Neiman Marcus has agreed to pay a $25,000 fine for advertising "faux fur" on coats trimmed in Asian raccoon dog, authorities said.
- 6) ‘From North America came squirrels and raccoons, bears and bison, eagles and an elk.’
- 7) ‘That's when the animals are most active and it's fun to see the deer, raccoons, opossums, rabbits, and birds.’
- 8) ‘Still other eutherians, such as raccoons and bears, are omnivores, eating both meat and plant material.’
- 9) ‘Cougars normally eat deer, but will also prey on raccoons, cats and dogs if the opportunity presents itself, he said.’
- 10) ‘This is because the giant panda and its cousin, the lesser or red panda, share many characteristics with both bears and raccoons.’
- 11) ‘He mentioned in passing that as a kid here he could tell the difference between the footprints of foxes, groundhogs and raccoons.’
- 12) ‘There are more than 250 species of birds, in an island just 26 miles long and seven miles wide, and animals from armadillos and agoutis to racoons and opossums.’
- 13) ‘Desert woodrats are vulnerable to predation by coyotes, raccoons, owls, gopher and rattlesnakes, and hawks.’
- 14) ‘Crickets are eaten by small owls, birds, snakes, mice, frogs, raccoons, opossums and many other creatures.’
- 15) ‘Mammalian predators such as raccoons readily prey on frogs with seemingly no ill effects.’
- 16) ‘Woodlands near water are their preferred habitat, although raccoons may also be found in farmlands, suburban or urban areas.’
- 17) ‘For the raccoons, he left food scraps in a hubcap dish leashed by chain to a tree so the animals wouldn't drag it under the cottage.’
- 18) ‘Martins tend to avoid such housing as it is much more accessible to predators such as cats, raccoons, and squirrels.’
- 19) ‘Smaller animals such as raccoons, squirrels and rabbits are also hunted for sport.’
- 20) ‘During a mass emergence of periodical cicadas, almost any animal, from raccoons to raptors, will prey on them.’
- 21) ‘Birds of prey, crows, ravens, and raccoons try to steal their eggs and chicks.’
- 22) ‘In addition, one million hunters spent 19 million days hunting other animals such as raccoons and woodchucks.’
- 23) ‘The most common goldfish predators are herons, raccoons, and cats.’
- 24) ‘Remember not to leave unattended garbage around for local raccoons or opossums.’
- 25) ‘Snakes are prey to many animals, including large birds, foxes, raccoons and crocodiles.’