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Three deer, six raccoons, a hyena and an alligator.
Make sure to put the traps inside a box or under a milk crate so other animals, like raccoons and cats, can't be hurt by the trap, added Laura Mikulski, an administrator for the Ferndale Rat Patrol Facebook group.
Some in Brigantine argue that the fox has been unfairly targeted while other predators like raccoons and even gulls pose just as much of a threat.
Hajna said the state captures about 10 red foxes in the North Brigantine Natural Area each year, along with some skunks and raccoons.
That raccoon and 14 others that police responded to were euthanized.
The admins, who were women of color, patiently taught more than 6,000 members not to dress our kids in clothes with monkeys, alligators, raccoons, or watermelons on them, long before H&M got in trouble for it.
Most smaller animals, including skunks, lemurs, and raccoons, simply require a state permit.
He is accused of drowning an opossum and two raccoons that were suspected of killing a chicken that his students were raising at the school.
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RACCOON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of raccoon for English Language Learners
: a small North American animal with grayish-brown fur that has black fur around its eyes and black rings around its tail
: the fur of a raccoon
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