Raccoons: A Natural History
UBC Press, 2002 - 240 pages
Raccoons presents detailed information on raccoon evolution, physical characteristics, social behavior, habitats, food habits, reproduction, and conservation, as well as their relationship with humans and many other topics. The section on distribution and subspecies focuses on the raccoon's current range expansion, and the material on their cultural significance demonstrates this mammal's unique status in different North American cultures.
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Introducing the Masked Bandit
Todays Raccoon Family
Form and Function
Distribution and Subspecies
Mortality and Disease
Reproduction and Development
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