Taxidermy Raccoon in a Den - Procyon lotor
The common raccoon, Procyon lotor, is a species of small-but-bulky mammal in the Procyonidae family native to North America. It’s very recognizable by the black “mask” around its eyes, and its fuzzy, black-banded tail. It is a highly-adaptive animal and can be found in many different habitats (as long as water is readily available), including urban areas. It’s also an opportunistic omnivore, its diet including everything from fruits and nuts, to smaller animals, to garbage and carrion. Raccoons are often considered pests, and are routinely trapped and poisoned. Their muzzles are of average length; shorter than those of canids, but longer than felid ones.
This raccoon is peeking out of its den! It is a charming and well-crafted piece of taxidermy that can conveniently be mounted on the wall. Care has been taken to ensure that all our taxidermy is of the highest quality.
Individual specimens vary but your item will resemble the pictured example.
Dimensions: 6"W x 15"L x 12"H
Scientific Name: Procyon lotor
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