Yes, raccoons eat meat. Raccoon is omnivorous. In his diet, a seasonal change in feed is expressed. In spring and early summer, the basis of his diet is animal feed. In the second half of summer and in autumn he prefers vegetable food.
The main animal feed of the raccoon is insects and frogs, less often reptiles (snakes, lizards), crabs and crabs, fish, rodents and bird eggs.
The animal receives most of the information about the environment with the help of touch. If raccoons live near people, they willingly dig in the garbage.
The main habitat of the raccoon is northern America, but small settlements were brought to Asia and Europe, where he feels great. Distributed representatives of the genus in North, Central and South America to the north of Argentina.