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This might come as a surprise, but there are more mice hiding about than you could imagine...

In fact, they're one of the top 7 urban wildlife animals! Our cities are perfectly designed for them to infest & survive, alongside rats.

Buildings provide protection from predators, and waste provides an abundance of foods.

You may not seem them often, but they are hiding in more places than you might realize..
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Why are pandas so LAZY?

The secret is in what they eat. Pandas do not eat a nutrient-rich & diverse diet, and so they are very lazy.

They spend most of their time laying around, eating, and digesting what they eat.
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Someone got a little bit angry... LOL!
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This raccoon photo is absolutely adorable. As aggressive as raccoons can be, they sure are cute!
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Did you know some raccoons can be conditioned & taught how to ride BICYCLES?

They are smart creatures when they want to be. Click https://buff.ly/2MkeDLN to find out if you can get a pet raccoon :O
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Raccoons are inherently aggressive & protective creatures. They won't normally go up & attack (or bite) a human, but if they feel threatened they have no problem doing so!

If they get hungry, they can get particularly nasty as well.
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Welcome to the raccoon animal house!
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Did you know urban raccoons are smarter than raccoons found in nature? Our cities are literally training them to become smarter!
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Raccoons sneaking their way into people's attics & properties is not uncommon! In fact, raccoons thrive in our city environments because of all the hiding places for them...
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Raccoons are "nocturnal," which means that they prefer to be awake during the night, and sleep during the day.
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