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Do you believe ... ... raccoons wash their food because they have no salivary glands?

May 29, 2011
By JESSICA WELSHANS , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

It's quite common to see photographs of raccoons in streams or along waterways, apparently "washing" their food. But is that really what raccoons do?



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