Give that raccoon a glass of wine! She wants to join our party

Raccoons have hands – and feet, obviously, but their hands, and the way they use them, set them apart from most other animals.

Raccoons can pick up and cradle their little ones, smack their palms together to kill flying bugs, and – as seen here – grab food from the table when Dan and I sit outside. We wouldn’t be surprised to discover that they can pick locks.

If raccoons had opposable thumbs, they might be giving us humans a run for our money.

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