A natural blonde: Unique raccoon shows up at N.S. shelter

Many think she may look like a fox, but a blonde raccoon staying at an animal shelter in Seaforth, N.S. is an even rarer sight.

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Comment (58)

  1. I once met an albino raccoon on a little Island near Nanaimo…biggest, meanest, bad-assed raccoon I've ever seen…and white as a ghost in the dark.

  2. Albino Racoons like all other small wild creatures born with this defect are Destin to be killed by predators if present. As for the Albino Predators, They usually have issues with the element of surprise and aren't nearly as effective at hunting like a mammal born normally. thus why white tigers are in captivity environments. interesting

  3. Doesn't it seem strange that it isn't more afraid of humans? The ones I've encountered even in the middle of town always run away and hide or climb a tree or something when a human gets close but this one seems totally indifferent.

  4. She was so bright in nature; she died shortly after release.

    There is no way anyone whom studies wild animals could imagine this worked well, for her.


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