What Are Raccoons Afraid of?

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Raccoons are naturally afraid of many other animals, most of all humans. These creatures often overcome these fears in search of food and many people 'tame' them to feed them by hand.
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Raccoons are afraid of many things such as wolves and foxes. Raccoons are also terrified of coyotes and mountain lions. Raccoons are also scared of human beings.
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