Raccoon enclosure - webcam [: en] Raccoon´s enclosure webcam

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Two raccoons - live

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Run-up of two raccoons - description

Run of two raccoons online camera

Online camera from the forest zoo in Malá Chuchle. If you visit the zoo in person, you can see foxes, badgers, fallow deer, deer, lynx and more. An online camera captures an enclosure of two raccoons. The raccoon is a medium-sized mammal. Its natural habitat is deciduous and mixed forests. Thanks to its adaptability, it now normally inhabits cities where it is often considered a serious pest.

The adult raccoon is usually 60 - 90 cm long and weighs from 6 to 10 kg. The color is gray, the facial part lighter with distinct dark stripes under the eyes. Females are 60-65 days pregnant and give birth to 3 to 5 pups. Raccoons are active mostly at dusk, they swim very well and climb trees. They look for hollowed trees as their hiding places. Like other teddy bears, they fall into hibernation for the winter. Raccoons in the wild look for food on the banks of streams and lakes.

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