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Possum has joined in with a Large Pack of Raccoons
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RE: Possum has joined in with a Large Pack of Raccoons
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-23-2020 03:32 AM)
I’ve been feeding a possum for about 7 years. When it was small something tore one of its ears into 2 flaps. It hasn’t been picky with the leftovers I throw out but usually leaves the old bread for other animals. The raccoons are skittish because of my daughter’s hound and don’t get as friendly as the possum. The dog makes a lot of noise when animals come to visit.

Raccoons are most likely skittish towards you, and not skittish in general, though they could be. If my neighbors go out to their backyards, the raccoons take notice and may instantly leave or go up a tree. When their perceived danger is gone, they return. I am not viewed as a danger. They know who different people are, and having a dog that barks at or chases them is a mark against you.
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RE: Possum has joined in with a Large Pack of Raccoons
seasnake  Wrote: (05-22-2020 10:33 PM)
For the last several nights I have watched a group of four to five large raccoons enter the backyard along with a fairly young possum, that is about half the size of an adult. I thought perhaps they were traveling together but wasn't certain until the events of last night.

Last night I watched the raccoons and the possum enter the backyard together and saw the possum walk side by side with two different raccoons. Then all the raccoons went to separate dishes to eat. The possum wasn't quite sure what it wanted.

I then saw the possum go over and share a small dish of cat food with one of the raccoons. The raccoon didn't object at all and was happy to share, but the possum only wanted a couple bites before deciding it wasn't hungry for dry cat food and wanted something else.

The possum then walked right next to me to see what the raccoon near the sliding glass door was eating. That raccoon had a small piece of apple pie. The possum decided it wanted some. The raccoon didn't object at all, and simply took a small bite to chew, and then pushed the dish towards the possum who too took a bite. Then the raccoon pulled the dish over to itself, took another bite, and once more pushed it towards the possum, then the possum took its next bite. They did this until the pie was gone.

I guess it doesn't become more clear cut than that.


Possums and raccoons are pairing off into hunting groups in Texas suburbs
http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-64875.html

Opossum
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Strategos  Wrote: (05-23-2020 03:34 AM)
They are evolving!!!!!

Those who work and study raccoons have stated that the lifetime of one raccoon is like watching countless generations and advancements of evolution all in the same individual.

Even so, I find the raccoon/possum hunting party pack relationship rather new and interesting. Possums are supposed to be one of the least intelligent animals around, and are also supposed to be solitary. So if that is true, then why are possums teaming up with raccoons and acting like members of their packs? Just watching them, it seems they communicate well enough with one another.
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seasnake  Wrote: (05-22-2020 10:33 PM)
For the last several nights I have watched a group of four to five large raccoons enter the backyard along with a fairly young possum, that is about half the size of an adult. I thought perhaps they were traveling together but wasn't certain until the events of last night.

Last night I watched the raccoons and the possum enter the backyard together and saw the possum walk side by side with two different raccoons. Then all the raccoons went to separate dishes to eat. The possum wasn't quite sure what it wanted.

I then saw the possum go over and share a small dish of cat food with one of the raccoons. The raccoon didn't object at all and was happy to share, but the possum only wanted a couple bites before deciding it wasn't hungry for dry cat food and wanted something else.

The possum then walked right next to me to see what the raccoon near the sliding glass door was eating. That raccoon had a small piece of apple pie. The possum decided it wanted some. The raccoon didn't object at all, and simply took a small bite to chew, and then pushed the dish towards the possum who too took a bite. Then the raccoon pulled the dish over to itself, took another bite, and once more pushed it towards the possum, then the possum took its next bite. They did this until the pie was gone.

I guess it doesn't become more clear cut than that.


Possums and raccoons are pairing off into hunting groups in Texas suburbs
http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-64875.html

Opossum

https://www.merriam-webster.com/words-at...nunciation

Both possum and opossum correctly refer to the Virginia opossum frequently seen in North America. In common use, possum is the usual term; in technical or scientific contexts opossum is preferred.
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Strategos  Wrote: (05-23-2020 03:34 AM)
seasnake  Wrote: (05-22-2020 10:33 PM)
For the last several nights I have watched a group of four to five large raccoons enter the backyard along with a fairly young possum, that is about half the size of an adult. I thought perhaps they were traveling together but wasn't certain until the events of last night.

Last night I watched the raccoons and the possum enter the backyard together and saw the possum walk side by side with two different raccoons. Then all the raccoons went to separate dishes to eat. The possum wasn't quite sure what it wanted.

I then saw the possum go over and share a small dish of cat food with one of the raccoons. The raccoon didn't object at all and was happy to share, but the possum only wanted a couple bites before deciding it wasn't hungry for dry cat food and wanted something else.

The possum then walked right next to me to see what the raccoon near the sliding glass door was eating. That raccoon had a small piece of apple pie. The possum decided it wanted some. The raccoon didn't object at all, and simply took a small bite to chew, and then pushed the dish towards the possum who too took a bite. Then the raccoon pulled the dish over to itself, took another bite, and once more pushed it towards the possum, then the possum took its next bite. They did this until the pie was gone.

I guess it doesn't become more clear cut than that.


Possums and raccoons are pairing off into hunting groups in Texas suburbs
http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-64875.html

They are evolving!!!!!

Does this mean there is still Hope For Humanity?

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RE: Possum has joined in with a Large Pack of Raccoons
Stop feeding wild animals you f*cking moron.
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RE: Possum has joined in with a Large Pack of Raccoons
seasnake  Wrote: (05-22-2020 10:33 PM)
For the last several nights I have watched a group of four to five large raccoons enter the backyard along with a fairly young possum, that is about half the size of an adult. I thought perhaps they were traveling together but wasn't certain until the events of last night.

Last night I watched the raccoons and the possum enter the backyard together and saw the possum walk side by side with two different raccoons. Then all the raccoons went to separate dishes to eat. The possum wasn't quite sure what it wanted.

I then saw the possum go over and share a small dish of cat food with one of the raccoons. The raccoon didn't object at all and was happy to share, but the possum only wanted a couple bites before deciding it wasn't hungry for dry cat food and wanted something else.

The possum then walked right next to me to see what the raccoon near the sliding glass door was eating. That raccoon had a small piece of apple pie. The possum decided it wanted some. The raccoon didn't object at all, and simply took a small bite to chew, and then pushed the dish towards the possum who too took a bite. Then the raccoon pulled the dish over to itself, took another bite, and once more pushed it towards the possum, then the possum took its next bite. They did this until the pie was gone.

I guess it doesn't become more clear cut than that.


Possums and raccoons are pairing off into hunting groups in Texas suburbs
http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-64875.html

I think that's more common than not, in areas where they cohabitate.

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RE: Possum has joined in with a Large Pack of Raccoons
When rehabilitating injured raccoons and possums,
I found that over-ripe bananas were their favorite treat.
Just thought I'd mention that.
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A new COSMIC DAY  Wrote: (05-23-2020 03:56 AM)
Strategos  Wrote: (05-23-2020 03:34 AM)
They are evolving!!!!!

Does this mean there is still Hope For Humanity?

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Not at all. It means that there is hope that uber raccoons and uber possums may one day replace humankind as the dominant species upon Earth, once we are wiped out or annihilate one another.
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JustDucky  Wrote: (05-23-2020 05:04 AM)
When rehabilitating injured raccoons and possums,
I found that over-ripe bananas were their favorite treat.
Just thought I'd mention that.

I haven't tried over-ripe ones, but the ripe ones were rejected and even worse, made lots of mess that I had to clean up. A lot of stuff raccoons and possums are said to enjoy and like, I can't get the local ones to even try. Different raccoons in different areas might like different things. Even here, different raccoons tend to differ in their preferences, and there preferences appear to run in their immediate family.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-23-2020 04:20 AM)
Stop feeding wild animals you f*cking moron.

Raccoons in the wild have an expected lifespan of one and a half to two years, with starvation being their number one cause of death. Raccoons who receive help can live for 20 years, which isn't that uncommon for those who become house pets. Of course that likely goes completely over your head as you clearly only care about yourself. Raccoons captured and taken away from the city are noted to head strait for the nearest town, they know where the good food is and how to survive in suburbia.
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RE: Possum has joined in with a Large Pack of Raccoons
a couple of decades ago, my dad told me the story of a cat that would kidnap all of the possum babies and take them to a hiding place in the house, and would just play with them because she was fond of them.

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1:47 is just hilarious Jptdknpa




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