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The artwork features a snoozing raccoon dog, who wakes up out of his slumber and accidentally falls off an icy cliff, which suddenly turns into a luge course.
The miniature houses with front stoops guarded by potted plants and tanuki (raccoon dog) figurines had a stillness about them.
Or raccoon dogs, animals that look like raccoons but are actually wild members of the canid family, like foxes and wolves, and can spread diseases and become too difficult to handle.
Tree kangaroos show countershading, Holtz says, and the forest-dwelling raccoon dogs wear color patterns much like Sinosauropteryx.
The Alliance prohibits the use of coyote, mink, rabbit, fox, karakul, raccoon dog, and any other species bred specifically for their fur.
Camera traps captured images of a bison, 21 boars, nine badgers, 26 gray wolves, 60 raccoon dogs (an Asian species also called a tanuki), and 10 red foxes.
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