How long is a raccoon pregnant
Female raccoons are pregnant from between sixty-three and sixty-five days. Most of the babies are born between April and May. A litter can have anywhere from two to eight young, but the average is three to five babies. ChaCha On! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-long-is-a-raccoon-pregnant ]
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- How long is a raccoon pregnant
- Female raccoons are pregnant from between sixty-three and sixty-five days. Most of the babies are born between April and May. A litter can have anywhere from two to eight young, but the average is three to five babies. ChaCha On!
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