At the Cape Wildlife Center, a group of baby raccoons is getting a fun lesson in water therapy. Raccoons love water and are often seen playing in it. Water relaxes raccoons and reduces their stress. In this video, your stress will be reduced as well as you watch these inquisitive creatures have fun playing in water as they work on improving their front paw dexterity so they can soon be released back into the wild, where they belong.
As the narrator points out, most people mistakenly believe raccoons wash their food before eating. In reality, they are rolling their food so their senses can determine what type of treat they are about to enjoy. The team at the Cape Wildlife Center works to help the baby raccoons develop survival skills so they will be ready to face the world and all of the adventure that awaits them.
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