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Baby raccoons, or kits, are nursed by their mother until two to three months of age, after which they are weaned. With their mother's supervision, they then forage for crayfish, snakes, frogs, mice, berries, fish, insect... More »

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Baby raccoons, or kits, in the wild drink their mother's milk until they are approximately eight or nine weeks old, after which they begin to eat solid foods such as plants, nuts, berries, insects, frogs and rodents. Rac... More »

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People cannot legally buy or possess baby raccoons in Tennessee, according to Tennessee Code Annotated 70-4-401 and 70-4-403 because raccoons are Class II wildlife under those statutes. Class II wildlife includes any spe... More »

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