Raccoons generally live in wooded areas, as they depend on vertical structures to climb when they feel threatened. So raccoons avoid open terrain. Tree hollows in old oaks or rock crevices are used by raccoons for sleeping and litter dens. Since amphibians, crustaceans and other animals found around the shore of lakes and rivers are an important part of the raccoon’s diet, raccoons also prefer lowland deciduous forests consisting of large amounts of water and marshes.
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