Common places for raccoons to have litters are attics, chimneys, and sheds. They do not like loud noises, bright lights, or strong fumes so they enjoy dark and secluded places. In the natural world they may nest in rock crevices, haystacks, or burrows. They often make their niche with their own shedding fur which acts as insulation.
Raccoons make dens in tree holes or fallen logs. Babies will stay in the tree for two months, in order to protect themselves. Later, they climb down to the ground to explore the area and learn how to take care of themselves.
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