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Raccoon Procyon lotor

Animals in our sanctuary

Tsefanie
Date of birth
18-06-2018
Date of arrival
18-06-2018
Tsefanie

Tsefanie was handed over to a NHC by a private individual and ended up in De Zonnegloed. Now she can live with her peers and call De Zonnegloed her home.


Tsiyi
Date of arrival
15-12-2015
Tsiyi

Tsiyi escaped somewhere and was brought into the Nature Relief Center by the Dutch Society for the Protection of Animals.


Tapco
Date of arrival
15-12-2015
Tapco

Tapco escaped from Kasteelpark Born, but after being caught, they did not want the animal back because they could not figure out how he could have escaped.


Tuari
Date of arrival
15-12-2015
Tuari

After Tuari escaped or was released somewhere, he was found because he had fallen through the roof of a house in Roermond, the Netherlands.


Tsé
Date of arrival
15-12-2015
Tsé

Tsé was transferred to an NHC by a private individual who could no longer care for him and ended up in De Zonnegloed. Now he can live together with his peers and call De Zonnegloed his home.


Teetonka
Date of arrival
15-12-2015
Teetonka

Teetonka was handed over to a NHC by a private individual and ended up in De Zonnegloed. Now she can live with her peers and call De Zonnegloed her home.


Taima
Date of arrival
15-12-2015
Taima

Taima was seized together with Tawa from a private owner in Montenegro. He bred with the animals and sold them.

 


Tawa
Date of arrival
15-12-2015
Tawa

Tawa was seized together with Taima from a private owner in Montenegro. He bred with the animals and sold them.


Tutelo
Date of birth
01-01-2008
Date of arrival
02-03-2011
Tutelo

Tutelo was found swimming in a canal in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He was taken out by the Animal Ambulance and brought to AAP. Now he lives together with other raccoons in a beautiful enclosure in De Zonnegloed.


Bonna
Date of birth
27-01-2007
Date of arrival
28-11-2019
Bonna

Bonna was originally kept by a private owner in the Netherlands. When it became clear that the owner couldn't take good care of her, he was urged by Animal Welfare to hand over the animal. Bonna was first taken in by a zoo in Belgium, but it turned out that she did not feel at home there and they searched for a new home for her.


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Features

Size:
60 - 90 cm
Nutrition:
Fruit, noten, vis, insecten, kikkers en vogeleieren. Hij is vooralgek op kreeft
Weight:
1.8 - 10 kg
Age:
21 jaar/ans/years
Gestation:
2 maand/mois/month
Status:
niet bedreigd
Environment:
Zuid-Canada en de Verenigde Staten. Ze zitten het liefst bij een water aangrenzend met bos

Where does he feel most at home?

The northern raccoon likes to live in the forests, on the prairies and even in the cities of Central and North America. The ideal habitat for them is a forest near water.

What's his favourite food?

Raccoons are opportunistic omnivores, which means that the animal will eat what is available at that moment. Although it is classified as a predator, it also often eats fruit, seeds and nuts. In addition, it eats rodents, insects, frogs, fish and bird eggs. Raccoons are also often found on the edges of inhabited areas and are notorious for the emptying of waste bins in the suburbs.

Fun fact

Originally, the raccoon only occurred in North America. Since the beginning of 1900, however, these animals have been brought to Europe, mainly for fur farming. Here, however, some animals have escaped and a number of animals have been released into the wild in Germany. This has created a wild population of raccoons in Europe. They’ve even been seen a number of times in the Netherlands and Belgium!

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