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Adorable Mischief Makers: Raccoons on the Rise in Cities Worldwide

Raccoons are intelligent and resourceful mammals that have thrived in both rural and urban environments. Their distinctive black facial mask and bushy tail make them instantly recognizable. In recent years, raccoon populations have been on the rise in cities around the world, including Tokyo, Japan.

Raccoons are opportunistic omnivores, meaning they will eat just about anything they can find. This can make them a nuisance in urban areas, as they often raid garbage cans and pet food dishes. They can also cause damage to property in search of food and shelter.

While raccoons are generally not aggressive towards humans, they can carry diseases that can be harmful to people and pets. It is important to never approach a raccoon and to vaccinate pets according to recommendations by a veterinarian.

Despite the challenges they can pose, raccoons also play an important role in the ecosystem. They help to control populations of insects and rodents, and they disperse seeds through their foraging activities. With a little understanding and respect, humans and raccoons can coexist peacefully in urban environments.






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