The Tres Marias Raccoon lives on the two main islands of the Islas Marias, off the coast of Mexico. They are endangered, having less than 300 raccoons alive, and there haven’t been any efforts to help them. They eat arthropods, fish, frogs, nuts, seeds, acorns, and berries. Their body, including the tail, is 33-37 inches long. Their coat is pale, short, and brown with gray underparts. They also have a golden tinge on their tails.