All mammals can get infected with the rabies virus, but there are a few prominent animals that carry the disease. Most cases of rabies are from wild animals, not domestic. The most common animal to be seen with rabies is the raccoon. Skunks, bats, coyotes, and foxes are also known to contract rabies as well. Some rodents such as rats, mice, squirrels, and gerbils can also get the disease but not nearly as often as the aforementioned mammals.
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