Roy's Postcards: 1987/11/14
I went to the California Living Museum today with Leonard, Susanna and Rachel. We saw all kidns of wildlife, including a raccoon inside a hollow log.
SIERRA NEVADA MOUNTAINS, CALIFORNIA
A raccoon's black "bandit" mask is indiciative of its habit of night-raiding. Contrary to popular belief, it is not necessary for raccoons to wash their food before they eat it.
PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLASS HUBBARD
But it is considered polite.
The California Living Museum is your low-carbon-footprint zoo! Rather than transporting expensive animals in from other countries, they just set out some food and put whatever they caught on display.
See also: california zoo
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