Adorable Raccoon Babies Make Human Friend | National Geographic

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Published: June 19, 2017
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Three baby raccoons befriend a fisherman at a creek in Wooster, Ohio. The extremely playful critters crawled on top of the man and followed him around. Encounters between wild raccoons and humans are common throughout the United States, but what makes this scene heartbreaking is the possibility that baby raccoons are orphans. A second fisherman who came upon the scene not only fed the raccoons a dead fish, but built them a shelter near where they were found.

Read "Why These Adorable Baby Raccoons 'Adopted' a Fisherman"
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