What Is a Group of Raccoons Called?

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A group of raccoons is known as a nursery or a gaze. The male of a raccoon is known as a boar, the female is called a sow and the young is known as a cub. Racoons are mammals that belong to the family Procyonidae, genus Procyon.
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A group of Raccoons is called a nursery.
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