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Others scavenged, like raccoons, or dug into insect nests like today’s aardvarks.
There have been 112 animals diagnosed with rabies in Maryland so far this year, including raccoons, bats, foxes, and four other groundhogs.
Wildlife BuzzFeed Says: Alligators, nutrias, wild hogs, snakes, raccoons, bats, and anything else that roams the backwoods.
The land to this day remains virtually inaccessible except for its inhabitants - raccoons, opossums, foxes and the like.
The raccoon and fox are unable to be returned to the wild, Jessica Reedy said.
A raccoon in Lincoln County tested positive for rabies this week, marking the third time an animal in the county has had the disease this year, according to Lincoln County Animal Services.
This is a lot to ask of a show whose highlights include a contestant confiding in a raccoon.
In 2014, Marvel turned Guardians of the Galaxy, an obscure comic featuring aliens, a talking raccoon and a monosyllabic tree, into a massive hit.
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