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Blonde Raccoon - Newcastle Is

mick_allen

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I guess you can now see them coming a little easier:

NewcastleIs-raccoon.jpg


https://vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca/...een-digging-for-clams-on-b-c-island-1.3960984
 
Even stranger is the fact that clams don't live under rocks or stones.
Bad headline. Looking for crabs, other critters, no doubt. Bay clams, usually Manila clams, on the pebbly/sandy reaches of Willapa Bay are often found intermixed with small rocks. They are also found in sandy/silty material ten feet to the side of the pebbly/sandy areas. I think the clams in those pebbly areas have better access to filter feeding.
 
I wonder if that raccoon is having more fun than the other raccoons!:D

Lila
 
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