Have you seen a raccoon peeping out of a bucket or watering can? If you haven’t, we can show it you. You can see the adorable animal, peeping out from a blue watering can in a garden and a baby raccoon popping out of a silver bucket, lying in the middle of rows of pink flowers. To view more babies, check out our wall art, featuring four raccoon babies, lying close together on a wooden plank.
Check out the adult raccoon, taking refuge in a shed, with its door open. The close-up image of the raccoon shows its beautiful and detailed features, focusing on its eyes, nose, and ears. On a hot summer day, you can spot a raccoon plopped down on a rock with green moss growing on it. Raccoon are natural born climbers, climbing rocks and trees. You can see the staring out from nook of a tree and if you’re lucky, you may catch them in the act of climbing up a tree.
They live in a den in the tree, which we have featured on one of our wall art, displaying a family of three raccoons, popping their head out from it. They look the cutest when they are hugging the trunk of the tree. The young raccoon, attempting to climb in top of a tree, is another adorable picture of the animal.
Do not be afraid if you see a raccoon rummaging through your trashcan or on your property, as they are extremely inquisitive creatures. Even when they see a rope, they will go near it to see what it is.