What Are Raccoons Natural Enemies?

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Raccoons' natural enemies are wolves, foxes, pumas, domestic dogs and large owls. Raccoons are active at night hence exposing themselves to variety of enemies. However, their gray colour allows them to blend naturally with their environment.
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The most important natural predators of the raccoon are bobcats, coyotes, and great horned owls, the latter mainly preying on young raccoons.
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