Where Do Racoons Sleep?

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In the wild, raccoons sleep in old oaks and rock crevices especially during winter and litter dens. Raccoons also sleep in burrows, dense undergrowth or tree crotches. Racoons inhabit sparsely wooded areas and they avoid open terrain and areas with beech trees whose bark is too smooth for them to climb.
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Raccoons sleep in a variety of places. Most of the time, a raccoon will prefer to sleep in a tree, or inside of a tree hole. They will, however, sleep in attics or barns, or any other shelter they can find.
Raccoons choose to sleep in places that are dark and warm. They will often select hollowed out trees, caves, piles of brush, or even abandoned buildings to use as their dens.
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