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The crab eating raccoon lives in Central and South America. They eat crabs, lobsters, frogs, turtle eggs, toads, fruit, seeds, fish, aquatic insects, and small amphibians, making them omnivores. Their length is 18- 35 inches, and their shoulder height is about 9 inches.

a crab eating raccoon, taken by Wikipedia user Stevenj

This raccoon is solitary and nocturnal, living near streams, lagoons, marshes, jungles, and lakes. They have a gestation period of 60-73 days, and then have 2-6 young. They are independent after they’re 8 months old, and live up to 14 years long.