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Baby raccoon in bucket, chained up Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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Circa 1936
Baby raccoon, chained up Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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Circa 1936
Cave, New Discovery, raccoon scratches on soft limestone wall Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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1939-09
Chained-up racoon sitting in grass Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
Jim Moore and dog with raccoon skins Great Smoky Mountains National Park Jim Moore with raccoon skins son of Black Bill Walker & Mary Anne Moore.Moore, Jim & dog, Huldagard, III-P-16651, History - Mountain People
Park ranger holding raccoon Everglades National Park; National Park Service View of park employee kneeling, holding raccoon on the ground.
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1951-05
Raccoon Great Smoky Mountains National Park Pearing out of tree hole. Racoon mounted by Schiele. vertical. Taken for use in Exhibit #16 of Sugarlands Visitor Center.Racooon, I-E-Mam-5751, Natural Features - Fauna - Miscellaneous Mammals
Raccoon Kings Mountain National Military Park
Raccoon Kings Mountain National Military Park S-13 Raccoon Head R.M. Schiele Photo
Raccoon Kings Mountain National Military Park G-6 Procyon lotor DP HC 356 4/68 Racoon Dark Hollow
Raccoon Kings Mountain National Military Park
Raccoon Kings Mountain National Military Park 3865 Raccoon
Raccoon Kings Mountain National Military Park Raccoon Tree
Raccoon Biscayne National Park; National Park Service Raccoon.
1984-01
Raccoon Biscayne National Park; National Park Service Raccoon.
1981-08
Raccoon Biscayne National Park; National Park Service Raccoon.
1978-12
Raccoon among branches Everglades National Park; National Park Service Close up view of raccoon on tree.
Raccoon at foot of tree Everglades National Park; National Park Service Close up of raccoon at foot of tree.
Raccoon by a tree Biscayne National Park; National Park Service
Raccoon next to empty food wrapper Biscayne National Park; National Park Service

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