A group of raccoons is called a gaze. Raccoons are sociable animals within the family group. They will remain with the family group for a year before venturing off to look for a mate.
A group of ravens is called an unkindness. Ravens belong to the same family as crows, but they're of a more robust build and have heavier beaks. They also make a more gutteral croaking sound.
A group of several tigers is called a streak or an ambush. A female tigress and her cubs qualify as a streak. Tigers in captivity, forced to dwell together due to their habitat's size restrictions, are also called a stre...
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 p...
Animals that begin with the letter R include rabbits, raccoons, robins, rats and reindeer. Other animals beginning with the letter R are the raven, rhinoceros, rattlesnake and ram.
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...
The raccoon's cousins include the coati, the kinkajou, the ringtail cat, the cacomistle, the olingo and other types of raccoons, including the crab-eating raccoon and the Cozumel raccoon. All of these animals belong to t...