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Twitter Thread: Man Unknowingly Invites Raccoon Into Hammock

Aaron Reynolds shared a hilarious story about a particularly surprising evening he had, while chilling on a hammock listening to the Rolling Stones. You see, Aaron thought he was summoning his cat into the hammock, when in fact it was a sneaky raccoon. From there, hilarious chaos ensues. 

Man accidentally invites a raccoon into his hammock while he's hanging out | Aaron Reynolds @aaronreynolds started new evening ritual leave all my technology inside except my Walkman, and get into hammock back yard and listen an album start finish. My cat has been curious about this new habit, and been trying coax him into hammock
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Everyone's felt like these raccoons at some point in their lives. It helps that they're all just so ridiculously cute. 

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Funny and Weird Night Photos of Animals Taken By Camera Traps (9 Images)

Animals get up to some pretty interesting shenanigans when they think no one is watching. There's raccoons climbing on top of wild pigs, flying squirrels on dive bombing runs, and deer just freakin' out. These animals behavior may be weird, but their demeanor is nothing compared to the many nopes of Australia. For more animal shenanigans, here are some stories fromfarmers whose animals made them think "how'd they do that?"

Pictures of wild animals taken at night.
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We're assuming the fire department got all the people out before they started setting up ladders to help the raccoons escape. We have a soft spot for the world's trash pandas. Even if they spread disease and knock over your garbage cans, it's nice to see them not die in a fire.

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Despite their masked appearance, raccoon dogs are not closely related to raccoons. Rather, they belong to the Canidae family, alongside wolves and foxes.

The raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides) is also a basal species, which means it most resembles the ancestral form of the Canidae family. So, if you're wondering what your Fido looked like several million years ago, look no further than the raccoon dog!
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