Your question: Are there raccoons in South America?

Raccoons can be found natively throughout most of the US and Canada, as well as in parts of Latin America, from Mexico extending down to the northernmost regions of South America. They are typically found in woodlands and grassy areas, and are not found in the high Rocky Mountains or in the Southwestern desert.

Do raccoons eat cats?

Raccoons sometimes get into scraps with cats and they may occasionally prey on small animals housed outside, such as chickens and rabbits. When no other food is available, raccoons might even prey upon kittens and small cats, but other times, they can be seen eating side-by-side when cats are fed outdoors.

Are lions found in Brazil?

Lions are also not found in Brazil. They are found majorly in Africa and Asian regions like India.

Are Mexican coatis friendly?

Coati Invasion in the Riviera Maya, Mexico

Coati’s are cute little creatures that look like a cross between a raccoon, monkey and an anteater. They are quite common in Central and South America, comparable to raccoons in Canada, but they’re much more friendly (at least the ones we saw).

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