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Where does one obtain raccoon photos for free?

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service provides many free photos of raccoons and other wildlife through its National Digital Library. The National Digital Library gives the user the option of either downloading or printing photos and also enables photo cropping and rotation.

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The National Digital Library's photo database is easily searchable by format or subject matter, allowing users to narrow a search for raccoons. As with several federal agency websites, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's photos are in the public domain, meaning that the photos are legally free to use for whatever purposes the user may want. Photo descriptions clearly state whether a given photo is in the public domain.

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