CAMERA CATCHES RACCOON ADORABLY TRYING TO CATCH FALLING SNOW
A raccoon was seen in Washington State trying to collect falling snowflakes on camera from a home security system.
Although I don’t reside in a snowy area, everytime I visit one, I search for fresh animal prints.
It’s amazing to observe the steps an animal makes and the route they follow since snow preserves paw print patterns better than dirt or pine needles.
You could occasionally come upon something fascinating and find yourself speechless.
In Everett, Washington, Timothy Ellis spotted some strange patterns on his deck, but he didn’t know what they represented.
On his deck, Timothy Ellis has a floodlight security camera that, on the evening of December 19, 2022, filmed the garbage panda having fun in Everett, Washington.
The raccoon can be seen standing on its hind legs and stretching up to the sky to catch snowflakes in the 27-second video, which was discovered by Boing Boing. However, each snowflake flies past him and disappears into the deep snow below.
Before reaching heavenward for a second effort, the puzzled animal continuously explores the ground with its paws for the dropped flakes.