Adorable Raccoon Babies Make Human Friend | National Geographic

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Three baby raccoons befriend a fisherman at a creek in Wooster, Ohio. The extremely playful critters crawled on top of the man and followed him around. Encounters between wild raccoons and humans are common throughout the United States, but what makes this scene heartbreaking is the possibility that baby raccoons are orphans. A second fisherman who came upon the scene not only fed the raccoons a dead fish, but built them a shelter near where they were found.

Read “Why These Adorable Baby Raccoons ‘Adopted’ a Fisherman”
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/06/baby-orphaned-raccoons-adopt-fisherman-video/

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Comments

Faye Brown says:

Did you ever see their mother? If they did not have a mother, they may have needed your help. I hope, that you made sure, that they were okay before you left them there to fend for themselves, or to wait for their mother's return. I have a feeling, that something happened to their mother, for them to be that clingy and hungry. I raised a newborn raccoon found in a fallen tree. I, also, kept her as a pet, because she was terrified of the outdoors. Raccoons are extremely intelligent. They are, also, very possessive, very curious, and very persistent in their quest to problem solve the "works" of anything in their environment. My raccoon was always trying to figure out how things worked, so she would fiddle with things, and unscrew nuts and bolts to take things apart. When she knew, that I did not want her to take something apart, she would put one of her hands in her mouth (like a child sucking her thumb), while her other hand was behind her back taking something apart. "Not me. I didn't do it." She was, also, subborn, but … OH, SO CUTE!!!! I loved her, dearly!!!!

Super Man says:

Mothers often leave their cubs alone for the majority of the day because they are less likely to be found by predators if they are alone.

Shermarria Wilkerson says:

Snapchat brought me here🤩🤗😊

Krummsäbel_Raccoon says:

Danta squad!

RICHEY099 says:

I love raccoons, when was younger I got up to 20 raccoon stuffed animals I still have them in my closet

Jc Jc says:

Lovvveee it!

Warthog-faced buffoon says:

What am I doing with my life ?

Drawing with Raccoon says:

Aww my favorite animal

_ Alice _ says:

I actually love raccoons :3

Jarod Farrant says:

Rocket raccoon just came into my trouts when I watched this.

Diend Zayn says:

Arai-san nano da

Katie TheStrangeChild says:

They're so adorable! I had a pet raccoon I don't see him much now. He and his sister were abandoned by their mom and his sister died…….I still miss her and him.

Viro Lindo says:

Moral story: Don't marturbate in river!

Koolbeeenzz says:

It is I, the frenchiest fry

mouseugigvoz says:

Raccoons can be pets…

SniperNinja-115 says:

:))) much love hearts*…

Adi Permana says:

prrrrr prrrr prrrrr

cynthia porter says:

Hahaha loved the choice of music for these cute lil guys.

A M says:

National Geographic has really gone downhill.

Johnny Li says:

This is so cute!!! If i saw them swimming towards me i would jist explode haha

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