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To find a much cheaper, faster, and more feasible method to identify raccoon dog component in meat mixtures, we compared the LAMP assay and TaqMan real-time PCR assay.
Raccoon prints were photographed with a Canon EOS 70D (Canon USA, Farmington Hills, MI) with a 50 mm F/2.5 macro lens.
Although no direct exposure to raccoons or raccoon feces was ever reported, the patient was known to hike in rural areas where raccoons are commonly found.
Jensen likened the raccoon to video game character Sly Cooper, an anthropomorphic raccoon jewel thief, in the video's description.
A Govern-|ment expert has warned that escaped RACCOONS may breed in the wild and become a bin-raiding pest in Britain - as they already are in Germany
I want to pass along a report from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer about raccoons being a host for the roundworm parasite known as Baylisascaris procyonis.
And it was Terry's own raccoon dog Swyper who managed to sniff out the animal.
"At first, I thought it was a badger, but its unusual facial markings made me think it was a raccoon.
On three separate evenings, as I peered out my kitchen window looking for the raccoon, I nearly jumped out of my skin when I saw movement along the deck, only to realize it was Ella's reflection, as she followed me into the kitchen.
BOX OF FUN: Rocky the raccoon investigates a Christmas present from the staff at Bristol Zoo Gardens
procyonis in the local raccoon population inhabiting areas of woodrat reintroductions.
He may lack the poise of "Guardians of the Galaxy" superhero Rocket Raccoon but this fur-tive little adventurer is becoming an internet star in his own right after coming off worse in an encounter with a storm grate.
The caller, a bicyclist commuting to work, had spotted a distressed young raccoon stuck in an unfortunate position: It was firmly wedged in a sewer grate, its head poking out from one of the small square holes.