Raccoons are omnivores, meaning they’ll eat both meat and vegetables/fruits. They’ll also eat garbage if it smells good enough to them. They like berries in particular, as well as poultry, eggs, acorns, and insects.
Yes, raccoons do eat meat. Raccoons, in the wild are omnivorous animals and eat both plants and animals. Most raccoons enjoy a mixture of plants — berries, grapes, acorns and animals – baby mice, baby birds and their eggs, frogs, crayfish, fiddler crabs and even some snakes. When in an area established by humans raccoons tend to eat corn from gardens and the trash in the garbage cans.
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