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Important information on Raccoons in New Jersey: Female raccoons are looking for nesting places from Mid-March to late May. They love dark corners that are not active in attics, basements and crawl spaces found in houses, sheds, and barns through out New Jersey. A mother raccoon will do anything possible to protect her newborn Kits by producing a loud sharp screech followed by bites and scratches to anyone or other animal such as cats and dogs who get too close near her nest. The Raccoon is the most recognized animal in North America and it gets its name from the Indian word "arakum", which means â€œit scratches with its hands". There are three species of Raccoons: The Tres Marias, The Crab-Eating, and The Common Raccoon. The Common Raccoon is found in Canada and throughout North America and is one of the most common wild animals in the United States. The Raccoon looks like: The common raccoon that resides in New Jersey has a facial black mask and black striped tail. Adults have a whitish grey coat that sometimes turns yellow when shedding. They have short round ears and black eyes. Despite the fact that they can grow up to three feet long and some weighing thirty pounds, the common raccoon is very good at climbing trees because of its long, sharp claws. Today the common raccoon is hunted for food and for sport. They have been known to carry the raccoon roundworm, which is transmitted to humans through ingestion and inhalation of eggs passed in their feces. They can also sometimes carry rabies. Preyed upon by foxes, bobcats, coyotes and owls, the common raccoon is mainly killed by cars and disease. A raccoon can often be rabid without showing any outward symptoms of the viral disease. Due to the public's fascination with this native New Jersey animal, rabies has become an even greater a threat than it was previously. Not only can a raccoon carry (and spread) the rabies virus; the female raccoon can actually pass the virus to her unborn kits through her uterus.
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