“Raccoons can build on their knowledge. Once they figure out one garbage can, they can generalize to another garbage can that might be slightly different. And that makes them unbeatable.”
How the raccoon’s intelligence, adaptable nature, and omnivorous diet all help the species thrive in urban landscapes. Watch video from PBS Nature’s Raccoon Nation.
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