In this 2006 photograph, a raccoon peers into a garbage can as it prepares to eat scraps found at the Oleta River Shelter at Greynolds Park in North Miami.
In this 2006 photograph, a raccoon peers into a garbage can as it prepares to eat scraps found at the Oleta River Shelter at Greynolds Park in North Miami. Justin Best Miami Herald file
In this 2006 photograph, a raccoon peers into a garbage can as it prepares to eat scraps found at the Oleta River Shelter at Greynolds Park in North Miami. Justin Best Miami Herald file

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